Help us plan Shelley Beach Park!

Now available: Data and Reports (10 December 2018)

Thank you for your patience whilst the feedback for the Shelley Beach Master Plan project has been compiled. All feedback data can be found in the reports listed below. Please refer to the report title to find out who compiled the report. The following information is now available for the public to view:


Please note:

  • The raw data for the 2018 engagement process is attached to both 2018 reports (above).
  • The City cannot publish the petitions as it discloses personal information.
  • The City received petitions from the community in 2017. We also want to acknowledge that we received two more petitions in 2018, however both petitions were received after the closure of the engagement period, which was 31 July 2018. 113 signatures for a “Request for a Pop Up/Mobile Coffee Van as an alternative to a permanent Lo Quay style Café within the Shelley Beach Park precinct model, as presented for community engagement in the Placement Sessions 5 and 7 July 2018” and 1,844 signatures for the “Establishment of café/restaurant at Shelley Beach Park”. These two petitions were therefore not included in the data analysis as they were received after the closing date.


Next steps

The City will develop a brief for the Shelley Beach Park Master Plan. A Consultant Landscape Architect will be selected to work on the Master Plan. At least three design options for the Master Plan will be presented by the Consultant Landscape Architect.


Update: What's happening? (August 2018)

Thank you to everyone who has provided feedback on what they would like to see in the Shelley Beach Park Master Plan. Whether you attended a session or submitted your feedback online, by post or in person, we appreciate your time.

Next steps

The City has engaged an external agency (Aha! Consulting) to compile a report that contains all of the Shelley Beach Park feedback received to date (this includes the 2017 survey data, petitions, submissions, online feedback and recent engagement sessions). The City will validate the approach to analysing the data with a community reference group – the Sustainability Environment Advisory Group (SEAG). (Please note: SEAG will not be analysing the data.)

The City will release the raw data, a recount report (based on the recent engagement sessions) and an overall report from Aha! Consulting in early December. This data will be made available on the www.yoursaycanning.com.au/shelleybeach website. Community members will be notified of the availability of this information through the City’s communication channels.

* SEAG is a community advisory group who meet on a quarterly basis.

Timeline

Milestones
Timing
Analyse raw data in conjunction with the existing feedback collated to date
August to November 2018
Communicate report findings to Council
Early December 2018
The raw data, Engagement Sessions Recount Report and Final Report (analysis of all feedback) is uploaded on the City’s Your Say Canning website
Communicate to the community that the above information is available
Early December 2018
City creates brief for the Draft Shelley Beach Park Master Plan
Mid-January 2019
Brief is advertised to external Consultant Landscape Architects to develop the Draft Shelley Beach Park Master Plan
Early February 2019
Appointment of Consultant Landscape Architect
Mid-February 2019
Council to be briefed and provide feedback on the Draft Shelley Beach Park Master Plan
TBC
The Draft Shelley Beach Park Master Plan is advertised for public comment
TBC
Presentation of the Draft Shelley Beach Park Master Plan to Council for endorsement
TBC
Detailed design of the Shelley Beach Park Master Plan commences
TBC




PLEASE NOTE THE COMMENT PERIOD HAS NOW CLOSED


UPDATE

Thank you to everyone who participated in the recent Shelley Beach Park sessions and to those who have submitted their feedback to the City.

The City wants to continue and complete the Shelley Beach Park community engagement after a break in proceedings due to internal processes (Local Government elections, staffing requirements etc.). The City invited the Canning community and those who visit Shelley Beach Park to let us know what they would like to see at Shelley Beach Park.

The feedback received will be considered in the creation of the Shelley Beach Master Plan.

Consultation completed to date

  • Conducted a survey in March 2017
  • Received petitions from the community in 2017
  • Ran a series of engagement sessions:
    • Coffee and Chat Sessions – 17th and 24th May 2018
      Informal sessions for people to find out what the feedback sessions in June and Placemaking sessions in July would entail and to invite participants to ask any questions and raise any concerns they had.
    • Feedback Sessions – 7 and 9 June 2018: Open feedback sessions for the community discuss the main themes of the 2017 survey and the engagement that had been completed prior to June 2018
    • Placemaking Workshops – 5 and 7 July 2018
      An interactive workshop style activity where people could contribute their ideas on what a place could be like, what should stay the same and what would improve it
  • Provided multiple ways that the community could submit feedback, even if they were unable to attend a session. The methods include: submitting feedback via our online engagement tool www.yoursaycanning.com.au/shelleybeach; emailing customer@canning.wa.gov.au(External link); calling 1300 422 664 and mailing comments and questions to: City of Canning Locked Bag 80 WELSHPOOL WA 6986

Next steps

Once the comment period closes (5pm, 31 July 2018) all of the information received throughout the entire consultation process will be collated and considered in the creation of the Shelley Beach Park Master Plan.

A report on the consultation and engagement will be made available on www.yoursaycanning.com.au/shellybeach.

Timeframe

  • Data collation and analysis – Complete by end of August / early September
  • Brief developed for a consultant to prepare a draft Masterplan – September
  • Contract for preparation of the draft Masterplan prepared and released – October
  • Consultant appointed and preparation of draft Masterplan options completed - Early 2019
  • Draft Masterplan options released for community comment
  • Draft Masterplan options and community comment reported to Council


For specific information in regards to the engagement sessions, please refer to the information below.

_______________________________________________________________________________________

What are we doing?

The City of Canning is asking the Canning community and visitors to Shelley Beach Park to let us know what they would like see in the Shelley Beach Park Master Plan.

Why are we doing this?

Based on the feedback received from the community in 2017, the City has identified that further feedback sessions for the Canning community and visitors to Shelley Beach Park need to be held. The feedback collated will be developed into a brief which will help inform the Shelley Beach Park Master Plan.

There are a few different ways that you can participate.


Coffee and Chat Sessions - COMPLETE

Ingrid Cumming, the City's Engagement Specialist, will be available on site for an informal coffee and chat. Find out what the Feedback sessions in June will entail and ask any questions that you may have. There are two session dates to choose from. Drop by within the time periods listed below. The coffee is on us!

Coffee and Chat Session - Option 1
Date: 17 May 2018
Time: Any time between 4pm - 7pm
Location: Riverton Pavilion
Noongar Way, Riverton
Coffee and Chat Session - Option 2
Date: 24 May 2018
Time: Any time between 7am - 10am
Location: Tribute Café
19 Tribute Street West, Shelley


Feedback Sessions - COMPLETE

The City is running an open feedback session for the community. Find out what the responses to the previous engagement survey were and the engagement that has been completed thus far. We invite the Canning community and anyone who frequents Shelley Beach Park to attend and share their views.

Feedback Session - Option 1
Date: 7 June 2018
Time: 6pm - 7:30pm
Location: Riverton Pavilion
Noongar Way, Riverton
Feedback Session - Option 2
Date: 9 June 2018
Time: 10am – 11.30am
Location: Canning Town Hall
Corner George Street West and Albany Highway, Cannington


Placemaking Workshops - COMPLETE

Placemaking is a workshop style activity where people can contribute their ideas on what a place could be like, what should stay the same and what would improve it.

The feedback from these sessions will go into a brief which will help inform the Shelley Beach Park Master Plan.

Placemaking Workshop - Option 1
Date: 5 July 2018
Time: 6pm - 8pm
Location: Rossmoyne Hall
71 Central Road, Rossmoyne
Placemaking Workshop - Option 2
Date: 7 July 2018
Time: 10am - 12pm
Location: Canning Town Hall
Corner George Street West and Albany Highway, Cannington


To register for the July placemaking sessions, please click the below tab 'registration'.


Can't attend a session? Share your views online!

To submit your feedback online you can:

  1. Share your ideas under our 'Ideas' section here.
  2. Leave your comments in our 'Guestbook' here.

We look forward to hearing your feedback and working with you on the future of the Shelley Beach Park.

For more information please call Ingrid Cumming on 1300 422 664.

Now available: Data and Reports (10 December 2018)

Thank you for your patience whilst the feedback for the Shelley Beach Master Plan project has been compiled. All feedback data can be found in the reports listed below. Please refer to the report title to find out who compiled the report. The following information is now available for the public to view:


Please note:

  • The raw data for the 2018 engagement process is attached to both 2018 reports (above).
  • The City cannot publish the petitions as it discloses personal information.
  • The City received petitions from the community in 2017. We also want to acknowledge that we received two more petitions in 2018, however both petitions were received after the closure of the engagement period, which was 31 July 2018. 113 signatures for a “Request for a Pop Up/Mobile Coffee Van as an alternative to a permanent Lo Quay style Café within the Shelley Beach Park precinct model, as presented for community engagement in the Placement Sessions 5 and 7 July 2018” and 1,844 signatures for the “Establishment of café/restaurant at Shelley Beach Park”. These two petitions were therefore not included in the data analysis as they were received after the closing date.


Next steps

The City will develop a brief for the Shelley Beach Park Master Plan. A Consultant Landscape Architect will be selected to work on the Master Plan. At least three design options for the Master Plan will be presented by the Consultant Landscape Architect.


Update: What's happening? (August 2018)

Thank you to everyone who has provided feedback on what they would like to see in the Shelley Beach Park Master Plan. Whether you attended a session or submitted your feedback online, by post or in person, we appreciate your time.

Next steps

The City has engaged an external agency (Aha! Consulting) to compile a report that contains all of the Shelley Beach Park feedback received to date (this includes the 2017 survey data, petitions, submissions, online feedback and recent engagement sessions). The City will validate the approach to analysing the data with a community reference group – the Sustainability Environment Advisory Group (SEAG). (Please note: SEAG will not be analysing the data.)

The City will release the raw data, a recount report (based on the recent engagement sessions) and an overall report from Aha! Consulting in early December. This data will be made available on the www.yoursaycanning.com.au/shelleybeach website. Community members will be notified of the availability of this information through the City’s communication channels.

* SEAG is a community advisory group who meet on a quarterly basis.

Timeline

Milestones
Timing
Analyse raw data in conjunction with the existing feedback collated to date
August to November 2018
Communicate report findings to Council
Early December 2018
The raw data, Engagement Sessions Recount Report and Final Report (analysis of all feedback) is uploaded on the City’s Your Say Canning website
Communicate to the community that the above information is available
Early December 2018
City creates brief for the Draft Shelley Beach Park Master Plan
Mid-January 2019
Brief is advertised to external Consultant Landscape Architects to develop the Draft Shelley Beach Park Master Plan
Early February 2019
Appointment of Consultant Landscape Architect
Mid-February 2019
Council to be briefed and provide feedback on the Draft Shelley Beach Park Master Plan
TBC
The Draft Shelley Beach Park Master Plan is advertised for public comment
TBC
Presentation of the Draft Shelley Beach Park Master Plan to Council for endorsement
TBC
Detailed design of the Shelley Beach Park Master Plan commences
TBC




PLEASE NOTE THE COMMENT PERIOD HAS NOW CLOSED


UPDATE

Thank you to everyone who participated in the recent Shelley Beach Park sessions and to those who have submitted their feedback to the City.

The City wants to continue and complete the Shelley Beach Park community engagement after a break in proceedings due to internal processes (Local Government elections, staffing requirements etc.). The City invited the Canning community and those who visit Shelley Beach Park to let us know what they would like to see at Shelley Beach Park.

The feedback received will be considered in the creation of the Shelley Beach Master Plan.

Consultation completed to date

  • Conducted a survey in March 2017
  • Received petitions from the community in 2017
  • Ran a series of engagement sessions:
    • Coffee and Chat Sessions – 17th and 24th May 2018
      Informal sessions for people to find out what the feedback sessions in June and Placemaking sessions in July would entail and to invite participants to ask any questions and raise any concerns they had.
    • Feedback Sessions – 7 and 9 June 2018: Open feedback sessions for the community discuss the main themes of the 2017 survey and the engagement that had been completed prior to June 2018
    • Placemaking Workshops – 5 and 7 July 2018
      An interactive workshop style activity where people could contribute their ideas on what a place could be like, what should stay the same and what would improve it
  • Provided multiple ways that the community could submit feedback, even if they were unable to attend a session. The methods include: submitting feedback via our online engagement tool www.yoursaycanning.com.au/shelleybeach; emailing customer@canning.wa.gov.au(External link); calling 1300 422 664 and mailing comments and questions to: City of Canning Locked Bag 80 WELSHPOOL WA 6986

Next steps

Once the comment period closes (5pm, 31 July 2018) all of the information received throughout the entire consultation process will be collated and considered in the creation of the Shelley Beach Park Master Plan.

A report on the consultation and engagement will be made available on www.yoursaycanning.com.au/shellybeach.

Timeframe

  • Data collation and analysis – Complete by end of August / early September
  • Brief developed for a consultant to prepare a draft Masterplan – September
  • Contract for preparation of the draft Masterplan prepared and released – October
  • Consultant appointed and preparation of draft Masterplan options completed - Early 2019
  • Draft Masterplan options released for community comment
  • Draft Masterplan options and community comment reported to Council


For specific information in regards to the engagement sessions, please refer to the information below.

_______________________________________________________________________________________

What are we doing?

The City of Canning is asking the Canning community and visitors to Shelley Beach Park to let us know what they would like see in the Shelley Beach Park Master Plan.

Why are we doing this?

Based on the feedback received from the community in 2017, the City has identified that further feedback sessions for the Canning community and visitors to Shelley Beach Park need to be held. The feedback collated will be developed into a brief which will help inform the Shelley Beach Park Master Plan.

There are a few different ways that you can participate.


Coffee and Chat Sessions - COMPLETE

Ingrid Cumming, the City's Engagement Specialist, will be available on site for an informal coffee and chat. Find out what the Feedback sessions in June will entail and ask any questions that you may have. There are two session dates to choose from. Drop by within the time periods listed below. The coffee is on us!

Coffee and Chat Session - Option 1
Date: 17 May 2018
Time: Any time between 4pm - 7pm
Location: Riverton Pavilion
Noongar Way, Riverton
Coffee and Chat Session - Option 2
Date: 24 May 2018
Time: Any time between 7am - 10am
Location: Tribute Café
19 Tribute Street West, Shelley


Feedback Sessions - COMPLETE

The City is running an open feedback session for the community. Find out what the responses to the previous engagement survey were and the engagement that has been completed thus far. We invite the Canning community and anyone who frequents Shelley Beach Park to attend and share their views.

Feedback Session - Option 1
Date: 7 June 2018
Time: 6pm - 7:30pm
Location: Riverton Pavilion
Noongar Way, Riverton
Feedback Session - Option 2
Date: 9 June 2018
Time: 10am – 11.30am
Location: Canning Town Hall
Corner George Street West and Albany Highway, Cannington


Placemaking Workshops - COMPLETE

Placemaking is a workshop style activity where people can contribute their ideas on what a place could be like, what should stay the same and what would improve it.

The feedback from these sessions will go into a brief which will help inform the Shelley Beach Park Master Plan.

Placemaking Workshop - Option 1
Date: 5 July 2018
Time: 6pm - 8pm
Location: Rossmoyne Hall
71 Central Road, Rossmoyne
Placemaking Workshop - Option 2
Date: 7 July 2018
Time: 10am - 12pm
Location: Canning Town Hall
Corner George Street West and Albany Highway, Cannington


To register for the July placemaking sessions, please click the below tab 'registration'.


Can't attend a session? Share your views online!

To submit your feedback online you can:

  1. Share your ideas under our 'Ideas' section here.
  2. Leave your comments in our 'Guestbook' here.

We look forward to hearing your feedback and working with you on the future of the Shelley Beach Park.

For more information please call Ingrid Cumming on 1300 422 664.