Former Woodside Hospital Redevelopment

Woodside - Pedestrian Entrance from Dalgety Street

October 2022

Following the Special Meeting of Electors held on Thursday 15 September 2022, the Town's Officers met with representatives of Hall & Prior to discuss its planning assessment and concerns held by the community. Hall & Prior will now take some time to consider the planning assessment and community concerns raised, before further discussions with the Town take place. The timeframe for completing the Responsible Authority Report (RAR) on the development proposal has been extended due to a request by the Town and Main Roads WA for further information in relation to planning and traffic matters.

At this stage, a completion date for the RAR has not been provided by the DAP Office, therefore the date of the Council Meeting at which the RAR will be considered has not been determined. The community will be advised of this date via the Town’s communication channels (TownTalk {e-News} and the Town's website).

Hall & Prior has requested that any enquiries in relation to the Community Reference Group mentioned at the Special Meeting of Electors be directed to woodside@hallprior.com.au

The Motions raised at the Special Meeting of Electors will be considered at the Council Meeting to be held on Tuesday, 18 October 2022 at 6.30pm. A report on the matter will be available on Friday, 15 October. 

Woodside Aged Care

August 2022

A Special Electors' Meeting will be held on Thursday, 15 September at 6.00pm in Council Chambers in response to a petition containing over 100 signatures regarding the former Woodside Hospital development site, (Lot 250) 18 - (Lot 114) 26 Dalgety Street & (Lot 116) 29 Fortescue Street East Fremantle.

Please be advised the below documents are available for information for the purposes of the Special Electors' Meeting only. The advertising period for this application has now closed and the Town will not be accepting further submissions. This information will be removed after the Special Electors' Meeting. 

Attachments 

JDAP Development Application Report

JDAP Application for Development Approval

Heritage Conservation

Drawings

Building Heights

Consultation - July 2022 

A Joint Development Assessment Panel (JDAP) application has been submitted seeking approval for a residential aged care facility and incidental uses. In summary, the complex will comprise of the following: 

  • 158 aged care beds and associated facilities and amenities in a 3 to 4 storey complex;
  • Wellness centre for residents and clients of the aged care provider, comprising of reception, 5 consulting rooms, exercise, strength and conditioning facilities, massage/therapy room and hydrotherapy pool;
  • Two supported independent living homes, comprising 3 bedrooms, shared amenities and 1 live-in carer’s accommodation in each of the dwellings at 26 Dalgety and 29 Fortescue Street;
  • Restoration of Woodside House, a building on the State Register of Heritage Places for 4 aged care accommodation suites/facilities/amenities and an ancillary café to cater for the residents, staff and visitors of the facility;
  • 94 on-site vehicle parking bays in above and below ground parking accessed via Dalgety and Fortescue Street.

Full details of the development application, including plans, elevations and supporting technical report are available here:

 or at Town Hall, 135 Canning Highway, East Fremantle, Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 4.30pm.

You are invited to comment on the proposal here or written comments can be lodged via email (admin@eastfremantle.wa.gov.au) or by post to PO Box 1097, Fremantle WA 6959 and should be received on or before Friday, 12 August 2022.

You are advised that any written comments received are considered public documents and will be made available to the applicant, the Council and the JDAP. Written comments will also be included as an attachment to the Responsible Authority Report on the JDAP application.

All owners, occupiers and interested persons who provide comments will be advised of the date of the Council meeting at which Council will consider the Responsible Authority Report.

The Report will be made available on our website on the Thursday prior to the meeting via this link. You will be given the opportunity to address this meeting should you wish.

Should you have any queries or wish to discuss the proposal please contact Christine Catchpole by telephoning 9339 9319.

March 2022

Aged-care provider Hall & Prior is progressing the design of a health and aged-care precinct at the one-time Woodside maternity hospital.

The redevelopment of the one hectare site will create approximately 150 aged-care beds, for singles and couples, in a precinct with specialist palliative, dementia, disability and young disability care services.

Hall & Prior is designing a project that will preserve the Woodside House to ensure this State heritage listed building is restored and is thoughtfully integrated into a contemporary aged-care complex and into the wider locality.

Hall and Prior is putting significant emphasis on careful planning of the site in relation to heritage and tree protection/landscaping and other planning requirements in the design process. The design process has also involved a three-stage assessment by the State Design Review Panel.

It is proposed an application will be submitted under the State government Development Assessment Panel (DAP) planning approval system toward the middle of 2022. The application will be advertised formally to the community, and when invited, feedback on the proposal can be directed to the Town.  

Hall & Prior - Woodside Health & Aged Care Precinct Regeneration