The Town believes it is important that the views of the broader community and stakeholders are obtained so that they can be considered to guide the decision making process. The Town values feedback and will endeavour to maximise community and stakeholder participation in its activities.
Current Consultation Projects
Disability Access and Inclusion Plan
The Town of Claremont is seeking comments on the updated Disability Access and Inclusion Plan.
Click here to view a copy of the revised plan, if you require an alternative format, please contact the Town.
Comments and feedback can be submitted via email at email@example.com, through the post to Number One, Town of Claremont, PO Box 54 Claremont WA 6910 or you can drop off a submission to 308 Stirling Hwy, Claremont by no later than 21 November, 2017.
Proposed On-Street Parking Plan
North East Precinct & Loch Street Precinct
The Town is seeking feedback from the residents and property owners living in the North East Precinct and Loch Street Precincts of the Town regarding a new on-street parking plan. For information about the proposal, please contact Ranger Services on 9285 4300.
Previous Consultation Projects
Ashton Avenue - raised plateaus on either side of Second Avenue (closed)
We are seeking feedback on a proposal to install raised plateaus on Ashton Avenue with the intent of lowering vehicle speeds travelling past the Second Avenue intersection.
Lowering speeds will create a safer environment for drivers, pedestrians and visitors to the local shopping strip. The proposal suggets the construction of two small plateaus - one on either side of the Second Avenue intersection.
For further information on the project please review the minutes from the Ordinary Council Meeting on 4 July, 2017 on this webiste. All feedback will be presented to Council for consideration prior to the project details being finalised.
Drink Container Refund Scheme (closed)
Have your say, on the proposed drink container refund scheme. The scheme to give people a refund back on drink containers is being designed by the State Government and they are keen to hear your preferences on how it will work. To have your say, please complete the short anonymous online survey.
Swanbourne Local Centre Planning Study (closed)
The Town is currently preparing a Planning Study for the Swanbourne Local Centre. The Planning Study will investigate issues relevant to Swanbourne and identify opportunities for the centre’s future. An important part of the study is to find out what the local community would like to see in Swanbourne – what you love, what needs to be improved, and what type of place Swanbourne should be. We extend an invitation to interested community members to be involved in a brief online survey or to attend one of our ‘Swanbourne Says’ Open House sessions.
Revised Draft Strategic Plan 2017-2027 (closed)
The Council of the Town of Claremont resolved at its 27 June 2017 Ordinary Council Meeting to advertise the Town of Claremont’s revised Strategic Community Plan for 2017-2027 - Claremont Ahead 2027.
Loch Street Station Precinct Structure Plan (closed)
The Town has been requested to prepare a Structure Plan for the Loch Street Station Precinct by the Western Australian Planning Commission. The draft has been prepared and was referred to Council on 27 June 2017 for endorsement to commence public consultation.
The consultation period has now concluded, all submissions are being assessed for referrral back to the Council for consideration.
If you have any queries on this matter please contact the Town’s Planning office by phoning 9285 4300.
Underground Power (closed)
Please click here to view a map of properties within the Town that do not currenty have underground power. The owners of these properties were urged to complete a short survey to indicate support or otherwise for proceeding with a project to sink power lines in this area.
The undergrounding of power to the final pocket of the Town of Claremont was supported by more than 80% of survey respondents and, as such, the project will commence within the 2017-18 financial year.
Over the coming months, the Town will work with Western Power to develop a scope of works for the project, which is likely to then proceed early in 2018.
To read more about this project and to view the full letter to residents and FAQs please click here. To view a map of the high voltage transmission powerlines (66v and 132v) that will not be removed, please click here.
Draft Budget 2017-18 (Closed)
The Draft Budget 2017-18 is now available for viewing by clicking here or by visiting the Claremont Council Administration Office (308 Stirling Hwy, Claremont, between 8.30am - 5.00pm, Monday to Friday).
Residents and ratepayers are invited to submit their comments on the draft by email to firstname.lastname@example.org , post (PO Box 54 Claremont WA 6910), or in person at the Town’s Administration Office, 308 Stirling Hwy, Claremont by 5:00pm Wednesday 31 May 2017.
MARKYT Community Scorecard
Thank you to everyone who responded to the recent commnunity survey asking for your views and ideas about how your local area and quality of life can be improved.
Precinct Parking - Central North (closed)
The initial consultation period for the above project has now closed. The Town has received some substantial and valuable feedback and would like to thank residents for their input into this process. Over the coming weeks, we will be assessing and reviewing the feedback received and will be in contact with the residents of the Central North precinct early in 2017.
In the interim, if you have any queries regarding the above, please do not hesitate to contact the Town's Senior Ranger on 9285 4300 or email@example.com
WARD BOUNDARY & REPRESENTATION REVIEW
Your feedback is sought on various options for ward boundaries and councillor representation within the Town of Claremont. In accordance with the Local Government Act 1995, the Town must undertake a review of its wards and representation every eight years. Your input into this process would be greatly appreciated.
View the Review of Ward Boundaries and Councillor Representation Discussion Paper here.
Please note that the survey has closed.
SCOTCH COLLEGE TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT AND TRANSPORT PLAN
As part of the planning approval granted to Scotch College for the development of the Middle School, the College was required to prepare and submit a Traffic Management and Transport Plan (TMTP) to the Town of Claremont for approval. In addition, the College has sought and gained approval to develop an Early Learning Centre on Stirling Road, which has also been addressed in the TMTP.
STRATEGIC COMMUNITY PLAN - CLAREMONT AHEAD
Town of Claremont residents, ratepayers and business owners were invited to have your say on the future direction and priorities for the Town.
Claremont Ahead 2023 outlines the Town’s vision and strategic directions based on community feedback and the Town’s existing internal and external plans which included information on demographic trends and available resources.