Seeking public comment on a Draft Master Plan for Scott Reserve
The City of Kalamunda has a vision for Scott Reserve to be a place for everyone to grow, learn and play in the heart of High Wycombe and wants to hear your thoughts on the draft Master Plan.
The draft Master Plan has been developed in conjunction with ABV Leisure Consultancy and the High Wycombe community. The City has worked with our sporting and community groups over the past 18 months to identify the community’s vision and needs for this vital sporting and community space.
Some of the exciting changes in the proposed draft include new and improved change rooms, terraced and under cover spectator seating for sporting clubs. The draft is also proposing to put in a larger and accessible multi-use community space, outdoor fitness equipment, youth space and nature playground which will be open for everyone to enjoy all year round.
Mayor Margaret Thomas said “The draft Master Plan proposes some exciting features that everyone in the community can enjoy”.
“From community groups hosting gymnastics or cooking classes, to sporting clubs wanting to continue to grow and support their members, or even just locals wanting a space to play in, Scott Reserve has the potential to grow into an active hub for the community of High Wycombe”.
“Like all of our Master Plans, we have a 15-20 year outlook from adoption to delivery, but it is pretty exciting to imagine the possibilities of how High Wycombe will look in the future”.
Residents are invited to view the draft Master Plan and give their feedback online at engage.kalamunda.wa.gov.au/scott-reserve2.
Members of the community are also encouraged to attend the Community Drop-In Session which will take place on Saturday 14 March 2020, from 9:00am – 10:30am at the High Wycombe Community and Recreation Centre – Front Foyer, 200 Newburn Road, High Wycombe.
Public comments close Tuesday 31 March 2020.
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.