Yomtov Lane

Consultation has concluded

The City is proposing to name the laneway located between William, Bulwer, Irene and Glendower Streets in Perth, and will be submitting the name change to Landgate.

The proposed name is Yomtov Lane in tribute to a past Vincent resident - Sagitte Yomtov. A local anthropologist, philanthropist, artist and musician who passed away at age 36.

Sagitte dedicated her time volunteering at the Starlight Foundation, teaching literacy and numeracy at the Read Now Organisation, and researching the cultural heritage of Hyde Park.

The Sagitte Yom-Tov fund continues her positive citizenship, community involvement and kindness through a range of annual awards, including:

  • Sagitte Yom-Tov Awards for the Western Australian Symphony Orchestra
  • Sponsoring the Blue Dragon Children’s Foundation
  • The Good Return of World Education Australia
  • Sponsoring the Carmel School Annual Debate.

Yomtov satisfies the Landgate criteria for nomenclature in that it is:

  • No more than six letters long;
  • Is a single name element followed by a road type;
  • Does not duplicate an existing road name within the local government area; and
  • The name is not used in an existing street or place in WA.

Full details of the history of the name Yomtov and its assessment against the Landgate criteria can be found in the Yomtov Lane Application.

Share your thoughts

If you have any thoughts or comments about our proposal to name the unnamed laneway Yomtov Lan, you can share your thoughts via the feedback form below. Submissions close 4pm, Friday 23 August 2019.

For more information, contact the Daniel Janssen, Land Project Officer on 9273 6000 or email mail@vincent.wa.gov.au

The City is proposing to name the laneway located between William, Bulwer, Irene and Glendower Streets in Perth, and will be submitting the name change to Landgate.

The proposed name is Yomtov Lane in tribute to a past Vincent resident - Sagitte Yomtov. A local anthropologist, philanthropist, artist and musician who passed away at age 36.

Sagitte dedicated her time volunteering at the Starlight Foundation, teaching literacy and numeracy at the Read Now Organisation, and researching the cultural heritage of Hyde Park.

The Sagitte Yom-Tov fund continues her positive citizenship, community involvement and kindness through a range of annual awards, including:

  • Sagitte Yom-Tov Awards for the Western Australian Symphony Orchestra
  • Sponsoring the Blue Dragon Children’s Foundation
  • The Good Return of World Education Australia
  • Sponsoring the Carmel School Annual Debate.

Yomtov satisfies the Landgate criteria for nomenclature in that it is:

  • No more than six letters long;
  • Is a single name element followed by a road type;
  • Does not duplicate an existing road name within the local government area; and
  • The name is not used in an existing street or place in WA.

Full details of the history of the name Yomtov and its assessment against the Landgate criteria can be found in the Yomtov Lane Application.

Share your thoughts

If you have any thoughts or comments about our proposal to name the unnamed laneway Yomtov Lan, you can share your thoughts via the feedback form below. Submissions close 4pm, Friday 23 August 2019.

For more information, contact the Daniel Janssen, Land Project Officer on 9273 6000 or email mail@vincent.wa.gov.au

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Share your thoughts about our proposed name, Yomtov Lane, for the unnamed laneway located between William, Bulwer, Irene and Glendower Streets in Perth.

    Share your thoughts about our proposed name, Yomtov Lane, for the unnamed laneway located between William, Bulwer, Irene and Glendower Streets in Perth.

    Consultation has concluded