Thanks for your ideas, Kal!

Over the past two months, more than 1000 locals, business owners, visitors and investors told us how they’d like to see our city centre transform. 

We’re busy preparing a new vision and plan for the city centre’s future, which you’ll be invited to provide feedback on in July to make sure we’re heading down the right track. Once we’ve heard from you, we’ll adapt our proposals and develop detailed plans and visuals to illustrate how we can all bring life back to our main streets and public spaces.

Thanks again for all your energy, passion and enthusiasm for bringing new life to our city centre!

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Engagement HQ Now Open

The Engagement HQ for the Kal City Centre Project has opened in the Customer Service Centre located in the Markets Arcade Building in Hannan Street. Take the time to stop in and visit the team to hear about the project and to share your ideas on the future potential for the area. Engagement HQ is open Monday to Friday from 8am to 5pm.

You can also catch us out and about visiting your favourite events across the City during the month of April. You can’t miss us!

City Centre Transformation Starts with Youth

The students from John Paul College were out and about in Hannan Street last week filming material for the project. CEO John Walker said “We want to embrace the young people of Kalgoorlie-Boulder and involve them in this exciting journey towards transformation. The students will be asking people to share what they love about the Kalgoorlie City Centre, and what ideas they have for the future potential for the area, and the end product will feature on the project website and will be used throughout the engagement process throughout April and as the project continues.

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You might see us popping up all over the city, from Hannan Street to St Barbara’s Square, Kingsbury Park, out the front of your favourite shops and at events and celebrations. Come and say hi and give us your great ideas!

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We Are Here

Stages One to Four

March 2018 to March 2019
We listened to your ideas for the City Centre’s future, we transformed them into a new plan, and we developed a suite of strategic directions to bring our City Centre back to life.

Stage Five – Detailed Design

August 2019 to December 2020
We’ll appoint key project staff, as well as a firm, to progress our plans into working drawings, specifications, detailed cost estimates and procurement plans for construction.

Stage Six – Activations and Project Opportunities

We’ll continue to involve the community in activations of City Centre areas as well as seeking out local procurement prospects, including Aboriginal participation opportunities.

Stage Seven – Project Management and Construction

January 2021 to February 2022
We’ll determine the final development areas, timeframes and project management framework, and appoint a construction firm to carry out the build.

Then the physical work begins. Along the way of course we’ll be working closely with businesses, property owners and tenants to minimise interruptions and maximise outcomes.