THE master plan for the $227 million Subi East project, covering a 35-hectare area stretching from Subiaco Oval to the former Princess Margaret Hospital (PMH), has been finalised.
Subi East is expected to attract some $1 billion in private sector investment, and ultimately will be home to more than 4,000 new residents across more than 2,000 dwellings at the Subiaco Oval and PMH sites.
There is also potential for an additional 700 dwellings in the Railway Neighbourhood, which could be developed by private landowners in the future.
Planning Minister Rita Saffioti said the finalisation of the Subi East Master Plan represents a major milestone for this iconic project.
Stage one works within the Subi Oval Neighbourhood are expected to commence in early 2021.
“We now have the roadmap which will guide one of the biggest urban infill redevelopments our state has ever seen, within three kilometres of the Perth CBD, adjacent to the rail line, creating thousands of jobs and delivering new homes for thousands of Western Australians to help meet forecasted population growth.
“This master plan has been built on the most comprehensive engagement process ever undertaken by DevelopmentWA, balancing the diverse views and feedback of local residents, businesses, Whadjuk elders, industry representatives and the broader community.” Minister Saffioti said.