VenuesWest is responsible for safeguarding the long-term future of its portfolio of 13 major sporting, and entertainment venues.
With long-term success in mind, Master Planning was identified as a key priority in the most recent Strategic Plan to ensure that VenuesWest is optimising its portfolio of assets while also aligning to the strategic intent of each venue.
VenuesWest has sought a master plan framework and initial concept master planning process that focuses on the built infrastructure within the portfolio. This framework aims to provide a tool to support the long-term vision of VenuesWest to be ‘Australia’s leading provider of sport and entertainment venues and precincts’. The framework that has been developed is bold and provides a far-reaching vision for VenuesWest’s existing infrastructure and leverages existing State and private infrastructure to enhance its vision.
The project will be delivered in three phases, originally planned to be delivered over three consecutive years and to be completed by June 2023. This will be reconfirmed as each phase is completed and feedback is received from the Board and where relevant the Minister.
The project aims to identify the highest and best use of land, venues and precincts, while also considering emerging high performance sports and their requirements, as well as commercial opportunities.
The first phase of the project is now complete. Phase one included the development of a Framework for Master Planning to clearly define, the approach, priorities and timelines, along with High Level Concept Plans for the venues identified in phase one (HBF Arena & Mt Claremont precinct venues – HBF Stadium, Bendat Basketball Centre, WA Athletics Stadium, WAIS High Performance Service Centre, WA Rugby Centre).
The resources below have more information, documentation and plans to give a deeper understanding of the project. If you have any questions or feedback regarding the project, please don't hesitate to share these comments via the form at the bottom of the page.