Bradley Reserve toilet block demolition

Consultation has concluded

The City of Stirling is planning to demolish the public toilet block at Bradley Reserve in Doubleview, which has been closed for almost 10 years.

The reserve is classified through the City's Public Open Space Strategy a ‘local level reserve', which wouldn’t normally include toilet facilities given its size ,small-scale and local usage.

The facilities were originally built in the 1970s to provide changing and toilet amenities to netball groups who actively used the grounds until the 1990s.

The facilities were closed in 2010 following significant levels of antisocial behaviour, which required the City, WA Police and other agencies to intervene. Since its closure there have not been requests by the community for the toilet to be reopened.

Before these facilities are demolished, we would like to understand whether the community supports this demolition, or whether the facilities should be refurbished and retained.

Please refer to the FAQs and other information located in the sections to the right of the page and then complete the online survey below.

The feedback from this consultation will be incorporated in a report back to Council and help inform the final decision about the public toilet facility at Bradley Reserve.

This information is available in alternative formats on request by contacting the City of Stirling Customer Service Team on (08) 9205 8555.

The City of Stirling is planning to demolish the public toilet block at Bradley Reserve in Doubleview, which has been closed for almost 10 years.

The reserve is classified through the City's Public Open Space Strategy a ‘local level reserve', which wouldn’t normally include toilet facilities given its size ,small-scale and local usage.

The facilities were originally built in the 1970s to provide changing and toilet amenities to netball groups who actively used the grounds until the 1990s.

The facilities were closed in 2010 following significant levels of antisocial behaviour, which required the City, WA Police and other agencies to intervene. Since its closure there have not been requests by the community for the toilet to be reopened.

Before these facilities are demolished, we would like to understand whether the community supports this demolition, or whether the facilities should be refurbished and retained.

Please refer to the FAQs and other information located in the sections to the right of the page and then complete the online survey below.

The feedback from this consultation will be incorporated in a report back to Council and help inform the final decision about the public toilet facility at Bradley Reserve.

This information is available in alternative formats on request by contacting the City of Stirling Customer Service Team on (08) 9205 8555.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The City invites you to provide feedback about the proposed demolition of the Bradley Reserve toilet block by Friday 26 May 2019. 

    The City invites you to provide feedback about the proposed demolition of the Bradley Reserve toilet block by Friday 26 May 2019. 

    Consultation has concluded