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Welcome to Town of East Fremantle

This website is designed to assist local residents, businesses and visitors and will be updated constantly to help keep our community informed.

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Postal Voting Poll - Amalgamation
Date: 16/1/2015

The postal voting poll will be held on Saturday 7 February 2015 in the Town of East Fremantle.

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December 2014 Newsletter
Date: 14/1/2015

Council's latest newsletter distributed in December 2014 is available to download.

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Annual Electors' Meeting
Date: 5/1/2015

The Electors' General Meeting will be held on Monday, 2 February 2015 commencing at 6.30pm at the Town Hall, 135 Canning Highway, East Fremantle.

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Local Planning Policy - Residential Design Guidelines regarding Roofing Material
Date: 22/12/2014

On 9 December 2014 Council agreed to advertise proposed changes to the LPP - Residential Design Guidelines. The changes clarify where the "like for like material replacement" will be required in respect to roofs on existing houses.

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Community Perceptions Survey 2014
Date: 24/10/2014

The Community Perceptions Report is the result of community consultation in earlier in the year to help the Town of East Fremantle understand the needs of its residents. The report found that 97% percent of residents were satisfied with the town as a place to live and 67% were satisfied with the Town of East Fremantle as a governing organisation.

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Final Report - East Ftle Oval Recreation Precinct Community Reference Group
Date: 27/6/2014

The Chair of the East Fremantle Oval Recreation Precinct Community Reference Group which was formed in mid 2013 to provide input and feedback to Council on all aspects of the future use of the East Fremantle Oval site, Ms Fiona Winfield, presented the Group's final report to Council at its meeting held on the 17 June 2014.

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Review of Town of East Fremantle Municipal Heritage Inventory
Date: 14/1/2014

The Town of East Fremantle's list of Heritage Places has been in place for many years and has periodically undergone review. This list is referred to as the Municipal Heritage Inventory (MHI). The MHI assists the Town in managing new developments as well as preserving and adapting significant heritage places for the benefit of East Fremantle as a whole. The MHI does not prevent progress from occurring but rather gives the Town a heritage context in which new Development Applications are considered.

During the course of 2014, the Town of East Fremantle's MHI is to be reviewed. It is anticipated that any changes will be minor in nature, as the reviewal process has been undertaken several times in the past. The purpose of this review is to ensure that all places of heritage significance have been identified within the Town and that places with demolition approval are removed from the MHI. This process aims to culminate in a list that is a sound reflection of what the Town values in terms of its heritage. During this stage, stakeholder consultations will be held, with the outcome being a recommendation to the Town Council together with stakeholders' views on the proposed revised list.

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George Street Access and Parking Management Plan
Date: 4/9/2013

Council at its meeting held on 16 July 2013 adopted the George Street Access and Parking Management Plan following wide public consultation of the draft plan.

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Local Planning Policy 'Residential Design Guidelines'
Date: 20/3/2013

Council at its meeting held on 19 March 2013 resolved to adopt the 'Local Planning Policy - Residential Design Guidelines' as amended in accordance with Clause 2.4.2 of Town Planning Scheme No 3.

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KidSport Project
Date: 20/3/2012

East Fremantle is now a KidSport Council – Kidsport will make it possible for East Fremantle children to participate in community sport and recreation, no matter their financial circumstances. KidSport will allow eligible youth aged 5-18 years to apply for financial assistance towards club fees. The fees will go directly from the Town of East Fremantle to the registered KidSport clubs participating in the project.

 Kids Project Application Voucher (Pdf 769kb)
 Kids Project Brochure (Pdf 3mb)

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