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The Metronet project in Perth will drive transport-oriented development, with project areas declared around the Bayswater and Forrestfield stations.
The project areas will allow for redevelopment and the construction of town-centres integrated with new train stations.
The two sites, as well as the Midland area, form the Metronet East projects, which through a redevelopment scheme will guide future development.
The Metronet East Redevelopment Scheme will be delivered by DevelopmentWA and is forecasted to be in effect by late 2020.
WA Planning and Transport Minister Rita Saffioti said that transport projects have the ability to extend beyond mobility.
“Metronet is creating more than just new train stations – it’s also creating well-connected, accessible community hubs which will service the needs of locals and visitors,” she said.
“We recognise certain station precincts have the potential to become major activity centres – we are putting the necessary planning frameworks in place to unlock that potential and encourage investment in new housing, services and jobs.”
The designation of these areas as project areas is hoped to ensure that transport upgrades lead to successful integration of businesses and residents in the surrounding areas.
“By bringing the Bayswater and Forrestfield station projects under Metronet East, we will attract much needed private investment to help transform these centres into authentic places where people want to live, work and visit,” said Saffioti.
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