West End State Heritage Listing Open for Public Comment


The State Heritage Office launched their next phase of stakeholder engagement on the proposal to register the West End today. Packages have now gone out to all stakeholders and additional information and links all the documentation and forms is now on their website.


The State Heritage Office will also set up an information kiosk at the Hotel Fremantle building (cnr Cliff and High) on Friday 18 and Saturday 19 March so people can drop in and ask questions.

For the biggest heritage listing EVER in WA to be successful we need as many stakeholders as possible to put in a submission supporting the West End registration. This doesn’t mean we all have to agree on the exact boundaries but it would be great to see everyone get behind the broad principle to see this WA icon get the recognition it deserved on the state’s heritage list.

The period for providing comments on registration will be open until Monday 2 May 2016.

West end zone of significance

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3 Responses to West End State Heritage Listing Open for Public Comment

  1. freoview says:

    I did the same as you Brad and walked around the venue and the music noise was blown north by the seabreeze so did not get to the Little High Street residents, who told me they do get a bit of noise from Kelp because the wind blows it there.

    Wind directions change however and if the seabreeze turns further north than last night we will have a different noise corridor, and of course Missy Higgings is not hardrock either.

    The public to a concert like last night’s is also going to be different depending on who performs, so far too early to tell if anti-social behaviour is an issue or not.
    I did not see many food vans, just 2 or 3.

    So far so good, so let’s acknowledge that unconditionally.

    Roel Loopers

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