Have your say Subiaco

Welcome to the City of Subiaco's online engagement hub.

Have your say Subiaco is an online space to share your thoughts on the city's projects that interest and affect you. If you live, work, visit or study in the City of Subiaco we invite you to comment on our current projects.

You can have your say by either:

Do I need to register?

To have your say you can either register as a Have your say Subiaco user or respond without registering. The advantage of registering is you can keep track of your various submissions and there is no need to complete your email details each time you undertake an online consultation.

If you have any queries, please contact the city's Community Engagement team on engagement@subiaco.wa.gov.au or 9237 9240.

Welcome to the City of Subiaco's online engagement hub.

Have your say Subiaco is an online space to share your thoughts on the city's projects that interest and affect you. If you live, work, visit or study in the City of Subiaco we invite you to comment on our current projects.

You can have your say by either:

Do I need to register?

To have your say you can either register as a Have your say Subiaco user or respond without registering. The advantage of registering is you can keep track of your various submissions and there is no need to complete your email details each time you undertake an online consultation.

If you have any queries, please contact the city's Community Engagement team on engagement@subiaco.wa.gov.au or 9237 9240.

  • Wards and representation review 2016

    about 1 month ago
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    We want to hear your thoughts on how you are represented.

    The recent changes under the City of Perth Act have triggered the need for the city to undertake a review of our wards and representation and this is your chance to have a say on the future structure of your council.

    The purpose of the review is to consider a variety of options to find the representation model that best suits the city. You can review the discussion paper outlining the options, view maps of the proposed ward structures and make your submission via the project page.

    Public submissions close Tuesday 11 October at 5pm.

    We want to hear your thoughts on how you are represented.

    The recent changes under the City of Perth Act have triggered the need for the city to undertake a review of our wards and representation and this is your chance to have a say on the future structure of your council.

    The purpose of the review is to consider a variety of options to find the representation model that best suits the city. You can review the discussion paper outlining the options, view maps of the proposed ward structures and make your submission via the project page.

    Public submissions close Tuesday 11 October at 5pm.

  • Formal submissions hub

    5 months ago
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    The city invites public comments via our formal submissions hub.

    The community are given the opportunity to provide a formal written submission for specific projects or decisions when there is a legislative or statutory requirement to this effect (e.g. consultation to be open for a specified period).


    To view items currently open for formal written submissions and to provide your comments you can visit the formal submissions hub. This replaces the public consultation page from the City of Subiaco website.

    The city invites public comments via our formal submissions hub.

    The community are given the opportunity to provide a formal written submission for specific projects or decisions when there is a legislative or statutory requirement to this effect (e.g. consultation to be open for a specified period).


    To view items currently open for formal written submissions and to provide your comments you can visit the formal submissions hub. This replaces the public consultation page from the City of Subiaco website.
  • Station precinct heritage survey

    10 months ago
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    The areas around Daglish and Shenton Park train stations have been identified by the State Government as station precincts. These are nominated areas of approximately 400m in diameter surrounding transport hubs that have been suggested for future increased residential density or more commercial/mixed use land uses.

    Between 4 December 2015 to 8 February 2016 the city undertook a survey to learn about the local community’s views on heritage and the potential for increased density by asking residents to share their thoughts and opinions about the future development of their immediate area.

    The outcome of the community’s views on heritage and the potential for increased density in the areas surrounding Daglish and Shenton Park train stations is now available, along with information about the next steps in the process. You can find out more by visiting the project page here.

    The areas around Daglish and Shenton Park train stations have been identified by the State Government as station precincts. These are nominated areas of approximately 400m in diameter surrounding transport hubs that have been suggested for future increased residential density or more commercial/mixed use land uses.

    Between 4 December 2015 to 8 February 2016 the city undertook a survey to learn about the local community’s views on heritage and the potential for increased density by asking residents to share their thoughts and opinions about the future development of their immediate area.

    The outcome of the community’s views on heritage and the potential for increased density in the areas surrounding Daglish and Shenton Park train stations is now available, along with information about the next steps in the process. You can find out more by visiting the project page here.

  • Past projects

    28 days ago

    • Subiaco Common Park playspace replacement - As part of the city's 2016/2017 Capital Improvements Program the Subiaco Common Park playspace is set to be replaced. Stage 2 consultation has now closed and the city is working with designers to create options for the Subiaco Common Park playspace. During Stage 3 consultation you will have a chance to have a say on your preferred playspace.
    • Draft Subiaco Activity Centre Plan - In consultation with the community, the city prepared the draft Subiaco Activity Centre Plan and invited feedback. The plan provides a long-term planning vision to support the economic and social vitality of the Subiaco town centre as an attractive place to live, work, shop and visit. Consultation on the plan is now closed. You can read more about the project and progress here.
    • Positive ageing survey - this survey closed on Wednesday 13 April 2016. A summary of the results from the online survey can be found here.

    You can view more past consultation projects here.

    • Subiaco Common Park playspace replacement - As part of the city's 2016/2017 Capital Improvements Program the Subiaco Common Park playspace is set to be replaced. Stage 2 consultation has now closed and the city is working with designers to create options for the Subiaco Common Park playspace. During Stage 3 consultation you will have a chance to have a say on your preferred playspace.
    • Draft Subiaco Activity Centre Plan - In consultation with the community, the city prepared the draft Subiaco Activity Centre Plan and invited feedback. The plan provides a long-term planning vision to support the economic and social vitality of the Subiaco town centre as an attractive place to live, work, shop and visit. Consultation on the plan is now closed. You can read more about the project and progress here.
    • Positive ageing survey - this survey closed on Wednesday 13 April 2016. A summary of the results from the online survey can be found here.

    You can view more past consultation projects here.

  • Free Wifi in the town centre

    28 days ago
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    The City of Subiaco is currently seeking community feedback in relation to the provision of free public WiFi in the Subiaco Town Centre.

    The survey is open to business owners, workers, visitors and residents of the City of Subiaco and will help us understand the community’s desire for free public WiFi in the Subiaco Town Centre. You can provide your feedback by completing our online survey.

    Survey closes at 5pm on Friday 16 September 2016.

    The City of Subiaco is currently seeking community feedback in relation to the provision of free public WiFi in the Subiaco Town Centre.

    The survey is open to business owners, workers, visitors and residents of the City of Subiaco and will help us understand the community’s desire for free public WiFi in the Subiaco Town Centre. You can provide your feedback by completing our online survey.

    Survey closes at 5pm on Friday 16 September 2016.