Consultation has concluded, thank you for your feedback.
Thank you for your feedback. Council adopted the Beaumaris Concourse Streetscape Master Plan at the Ordinary Meeting of Council on 23 May 2017 with some amendments to the draft. View the minutes from the Council Meeting(External link), or watch the meeting online(External link).
Detailed design and documentation will now commence, with construction planned for 2018/19.
Beaumaris Concourse upgrades and improvements
- Replacement of the brick paving with a smoother, safer surface
- A new village square in the east concourse
- More planting and new seating areas
- Safety improvements to road surface and traffic flow through the central car park
- Retaining the natural, green character of Concourse Green
- An entry sign to the Concourse on Reserve Road
- new feature planting to entrances
- additional planting to existing kerbs
- increase planting to garden areas
- flexible event space/s within the Concourse Green
- small gathering spaces
- conversational seating (comfortable seating in public spaces)
- consistent, timeless paving
- primary gateway marker
- secondary gateway treatment (e.g. art to blank walls, lighting)
- pedestrian priority treatment
- community exhibition opportunities.
- make it a nicer place to walk and ride
- smooth, clear footpaths, tactile paving
- room for mobility scooters, and sufficient bike parking
- create a pedestrian link between East Concourse to Concourse Green
- improve the central car park
Central Carpark Option
Over 60% of community supported a change in this area.The option proposed creates a dedicated pathway that protects pedestrians from vehicle traffic. This option reduces the number of car park spaces lost from 15 spaces (in previous option) down to 6 spaces. It also creates a garden bed under the trees, supporting the growth of this mature trees.
Opportunity to create a new plaza in East Concourse to provide new tree and planting opportunities, a new space to meet, gather and improve pedestrian amenity. All options below require some loss of carparking spaces to varying degree and pruning of street trees.
Which location do you prefer?
- Option 1 - Southern Plaza
- Option 2 - Northern Plaza
- Option 3 - Central Plaza
What do you think about Concept 5?
- New spaces to gather and socialise including a shelter
- Enhance the green, natural character with additional planting and landscaping to encourage activity and play
- Defined and natural paths will make it easier to use and walk through the Green
- Creation of spaces within the reserve
- New seating and gathering spaces
- New path connections
- ‘Playful’ elements
- New shelter
- Retain green character of the Reserve
- Provides additional space for community use
- Improves access
- Reduction of lawn area
- Change of some uses
- Increased use, impact on habitat
Opportunity to improve the pedestrian connection, functionality and amenity of the Central Car Park.
Three options to make it easier to move through the car park on foot while retaining the existing trees
- Option 1 is a clearly designated path within a shared space for cars and pedestrians
- Option 2 is a separate path for pedestrians along the centre of the car park under the trees requires the loss of 15 carparking spaces.
- Option 3 is a separate path for pedestrians along the centre of the car park under the trees requires a loss of 8 carparking spaces.
- A separate, dedicated path for pedestrians down one side of the central median, under the trees
- Conversion to 45 degree parking and a one way system on the side with the path for ease of parking
- Retain 90 degree parking and a two way system on the other side
- Complement existing trees with low garden bed planting in the central median
- Only possible with a loss of 8 car parking spaces