Town seeks EOIs to join Lathlain Zone 1 Project Advisory Group

Published on 25 June 2020

Zone 1
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Thanks to all who applied previously. Council is extending the period for people to apply to be on the Project Advisory Group to 10 July. We are particularly looking for Town residents who have some building construction expertise (builder, architect, engineer, building quantity surveyor etc, retired or still working).

The Town of Victoria Park is seeking expressions of interest for two community members to join an advisory group for supporting and advising Council with the development of concept plans for the community and sport club facility in Zone 1 - Perth Football Club of the Lathlain Precinct Redevelopment Project (LPRP).

By Council resolution, the purpose and objective of the LPRP Zone 1 Project Advisory Group is of supporting and advising the Council with the development of concept plans for the community and sport club facility by providing advice and guidance to Council through the project executive, for the preparation of the Design Concept Plan for the staged development of the LPRP Zone 1 community and sports club facility.

Of the two community members to join, one will represent Lathlain/Carlisle residents, and one will represent Town residents.

The group shall be comprised of: 

Community group represented

Participant

Whole of Town of Victoria Park

Elected Member

Lathlain and Carlisle locality

Elected Member

Lathlain/Carlisle residents

Community member

Town residents

Community member

Football event users

Western Australian Football Commission representative

Sporting club user

Perth Football Club representative

Planning officer

Officer of the Town

Asset management officer

Officer of the Town

 

The membership criteria for respective community participant membership shall be (evidence will need to be provided):   

Membership criteria

Weighting

  • being a ratepayer and resident for a minimum of five years who has been part of the community group they will represent

20%

  • having a built form project relevant qualification and expertise (planning, architecture, engineering or similar)

15%

  • being able through experience, network or skill to broadly represent their relevant representation community group

25%

  • ability to work collaboratively with others holding differing opinions in a group

10%

  • willingness to equitably and fairly represent their relevant community group

30%

 

Members appointed to a group are not entitled to a sitting fee, or any type of remuneration. 

The term of this group shall be from the date of the first meeting after Council endorsement and shall cease from the date of Design Concept Plan endorsement but in any event is intended to cease before 30 June 2021.

Applications are open until 3pm, Friday 10 July 2020.

 

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