SOLD — City welcomes new owners for historic Elders Woolstores
The City of Fremantle has welcomed the announcement that Perth-based property group Hesperia has acquired the historic Elders Woolstores building. The giant heritage-listed building stretches between Cantonment Street and Elder Place in Fremantle’s East End. It was originally built in 1927, with later stages added after World War II. …
Have your say on St Pats Community Purpose Centre
Fremantle residents are invited to have their say on a proposed six storey community purpose and accommodation facility on Queen Victoria Street and Beach Street. The proposal, put forward by St Patrick’s Community Support Centre, would replace the centre’s existing accommodation facilities from 22 short-stay units to provide 28 long-stay…
Have your say on the proposed Spicers Hotel
Fremantle residents are being invited to have their say on a proposed new hotel development in the heart of the city. The proposal by Perth-based property company Fiveight is for a six-storey hotel on the site known as the Spicers site on the corner of William Street and Henderson Street. …
Have your say on Matilda Bay Brewery proposal
Fremantle residents are being invited to have their say on a proposal to redevelop the former Matilda Bay Brewery in North Fremantle. The proposal for 130 Stirling Highway includes additions, alterations and restoration of the former Matilda Bay Brewery buildings and the addition of three residential towers of 10, 11…
Have your say — Development Application |47 Pakenham Street (DA0148/22)
The City of Fremantle has received a development proposal — Demolition of existing building and construction of two storey Tavern at 47 Pakenham Street, Fremantle. Where can I see the plans? The plans and associated documents are available in the document library. You can also download a copy (here). How can I find out more? If you would like to find out more about the proposal: Contact Tom Geddes at the City of Fremantle by calling 1300 MY FREO (1300 69 3736) or emailing email@example.com
The City of Fremantle has received a development proposal — Demolition of existing building and construction of two storey Tavern at 47 Pakenham Street, Fremantle.
Where can I see the plans?
How can I find out more?
If you would like to find out more about the proposal:
Contact Tom Geddes at the City of Fremantle by calling 1300 MY FREO (1300 69 3736) or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
How can I make a submission?
There are several ways you can provide feedback.
- online (using the electronic submission form below) or
- send your submission via email to email@example.com quoting DA0148/22 in the subject line
Submissions close at 11:59pm, Thursday 9 June 2022.
APPROVED! New life for a vacant North Fremantle block
Council has approved two new developments at 108 & 110 Stirling Highway, North Fremantle. The developments are separate proposals from separate parties, approved across two planning committee meetings in April and May 2022. Originally 110 Stirling Highway looked vastly different to what was proposed at the neighbouring 108 Stirling Highway…
Fremantle Golden Egg Hunt
Fremantle is set to host a golden egg hunt these Easter school holidays, with $1000 to be won each day. Get your best egg hunting team together, grab your walking gear and binoculars and join us for this free ticketed event from Sunday-Thursday 10–14 April. Follow the trail around Fremantle…
Arts and Community Grants open
Fremantle artists and community groups can apply for a funding boost in the latest round of Arts and Community Grants. Twice a year, in March and September, the City of Fremantle opens its Arts and Community Grants Program and funds up to $10,000 for successful arts projects and up to…