Picture Your Future City of South Perth

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The SCP Review survey is now closed. Thanks to everyone that participated. All responses are now being analysed, together with the outcomes of the other engagement activities. The revised SCP will then be drafted and presented to Council in mid 2021 for endorsement for public comment.

How do you picture your future City of South Perth?

We’re reviewing our Strategic Community Plan (SCP) and we’d like to know what your priorities are for the City over the next 10 years.

What is the Strategic Community Plan?

The SCP is our overarching plan to guide us over the next 10 years. It outlines our community’s aspirations, priorities and vision for the future of the City, and guides all of the City’s operations and programs over that time.

It’s been four years since the Strategic Community Plan was developed and we are now conducting a major review to ensure that the aspirations and priorities are still relevant.

We’re running a range of stakeholder and community engagement activities so we can hear from as many members of our community as possible, including a business breakfast forum, a youth movie night, a workshop with key community stakeholders and an online community workshop. We’d love to hear from you!

How can I get involved and have my say?

  • Complete the online survey and go into the draw to win a $100 voucher from Waterford Plaza. Hard copy surveys are available at the Civic Centre and the South Perth and Manning libraries
  • Come to our online community workshop on Wednesday 10 March. Registrations have now closed
  • Read more about the project below and in the frequently asked questions
  • Ask a question online
  • Call 9474 0777 to speak to a member of the project team
  • Sign up for email updates on the project.

The survey closed at 4pm, Monday 15 March 2021.

The SCP Review survey is now closed. Thanks to everyone that participated. All responses are now being analysed, together with the outcomes of the other engagement activities. The revised SCP will then be drafted and presented to Council in mid 2021 for endorsement for public comment.

How do you picture your future City of South Perth?

We’re reviewing our Strategic Community Plan (SCP) and we’d like to know what your priorities are for the City over the next 10 years.

What is the Strategic Community Plan?

The SCP is our overarching plan to guide us over the next 10 years. It outlines our community’s aspirations, priorities and vision for the future of the City, and guides all of the City’s operations and programs over that time.

It’s been four years since the Strategic Community Plan was developed and we are now conducting a major review to ensure that the aspirations and priorities are still relevant.

We’re running a range of stakeholder and community engagement activities so we can hear from as many members of our community as possible, including a business breakfast forum, a youth movie night, a workshop with key community stakeholders and an online community workshop. We’d love to hear from you!

How can I get involved and have my say?

  • Complete the online survey and go into the draw to win a $100 voucher from Waterford Plaza. Hard copy surveys are available at the Civic Centre and the South Perth and Manning libraries
  • Come to our online community workshop on Wednesday 10 March. Registrations have now closed
  • Read more about the project below and in the frequently asked questions
  • Ask a question online
  • Call 9474 0777 to speak to a member of the project team
  • Sign up for email updates on the project.

The survey closed at 4pm, Monday 15 March 2021.

Do you have any questions about the Strategic Community Plan Review? Ask them here! We'll either answer it on this page (and send you an email) or we'll answer you directly.

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