Floreat Athena Football Club - Britannia Reserve Upgrades

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Litis Levels-up

What’s the story so far?

As part of the ongoing upgrade and investment in Britannia Reserve, an in-principle allocation of federal funding has been pledged to the Floreat Athena Football Club (FAFC) to enable the City to carry out much needed upgrades to the change rooms, clubroom and forecourt at Litis Stadium.


In addition to this, federal funding was secured by the City to enable the LED lighting upgrade, and we worked closely with FAFC to ensure the works will be carried out within a similar time frame to improve the overall amenity at Britannia Reserve.


The proposed Development Plan, which has been drafted in close collaboration with FAFC, currently addresses the following key priorities of the upgrade:


1. Following demolition of grandstand and adjacent toilet block build new fit-for-purpose change rooms and public toilets to west of existing Floreat Athena clubrooms.

2. Create a new and open forecourt to Floreat Athena clubrooms - potential to reconfigure vehicle entry to improve accessibility.

3. Improve the general amenity of Floreat Athena clubrooms and stands, and address any unsafe and non-compliant accessibility issues.

4. Upgrade to FAFC clubrooms to achieve compliance.


What is the future story of Britannia Reserve?

We want you to help shape the future story of Litis Stadium at Britannia Reserve by letting us know your thoughts on whether the proposed development should include the following additional priorities:


1. Removing a portion of the bund to the South East that currently creates separation and a barrier with rest of Britannia Reserve to help activate the space at a pitch level and be much more accessible for park users.


2. To develop an activity hub at the above location, that once levelled, could be used for; fitness, play, BBQ facilities or a community function space.


3. Create an attractive public walkway that loops around the proposed multi-use field.


4. Create an improved pedestrian and cycling link to the southern side of the Floreat Athena clubrooms.


5. Remove some turf to install native planter beds and additional trees to align with the Vincent Greening Plan.


This consultation is part of the process the City and FAFC are undertaking to secure up to $3 million in grant funding announced in 2018.

The City of Vincent is also seeking feedback on the location of a replacement telecommunications tower under the Britannia Development Plan. Please refer to the Telecommunications Tower Survey below, to choose your preferred location.

You can read the draft Britannia Reserve Development plan in the documents section.





Project Contact

Ryan Gray Place Planner – Mount Hawthorn (Recreation)

T (08) 9273 6566

E Ryan.Gray@vincent.wa.gov.au



Litis Levels-up

What’s the story so far?

As part of the ongoing upgrade and investment in Britannia Reserve, an in-principle allocation of federal funding has been pledged to the Floreat Athena Football Club (FAFC) to enable the City to carry out much needed upgrades to the change rooms, clubroom and forecourt at Litis Stadium.


In addition to this, federal funding was secured by the City to enable the LED lighting upgrade, and we worked closely with FAFC to ensure the works will be carried out within a similar time frame to improve the overall amenity at Britannia Reserve.


The proposed Development Plan, which has been drafted in close collaboration with FAFC, currently addresses the following key priorities of the upgrade:


1. Following demolition of grandstand and adjacent toilet block build new fit-for-purpose change rooms and public toilets to west of existing Floreat Athena clubrooms.

2. Create a new and open forecourt to Floreat Athena clubrooms - potential to reconfigure vehicle entry to improve accessibility.

3. Improve the general amenity of Floreat Athena clubrooms and stands, and address any unsafe and non-compliant accessibility issues.

4. Upgrade to FAFC clubrooms to achieve compliance.


What is the future story of Britannia Reserve?

We want you to help shape the future story of Litis Stadium at Britannia Reserve by letting us know your thoughts on whether the proposed development should include the following additional priorities:


1. Removing a portion of the bund to the South East that currently creates separation and a barrier with rest of Britannia Reserve to help activate the space at a pitch level and be much more accessible for park users.


2. To develop an activity hub at the above location, that once levelled, could be used for; fitness, play, BBQ facilities or a community function space.


3. Create an attractive public walkway that loops around the proposed multi-use field.


4. Create an improved pedestrian and cycling link to the southern side of the Floreat Athena clubrooms.


5. Remove some turf to install native planter beds and additional trees to align with the Vincent Greening Plan.


This consultation is part of the process the City and FAFC are undertaking to secure up to $3 million in grant funding announced in 2018.

The City of Vincent is also seeking feedback on the location of a replacement telecommunications tower under the Britannia Development Plan. Please refer to the Telecommunications Tower Survey below, to choose your preferred location.

You can read the draft Britannia Reserve Development plan in the documents section.





Project Contact

Ryan Gray Place Planner – Mount Hawthorn (Recreation)

T (08) 9273 6566

E Ryan.Gray@vincent.wa.gov.au



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