Place management in Maylands
We've adopted a place management approach to improve our four major town centres: Bayswater, Maylands, Morley and Noranda.
As part of this, we have two Place Managers who work closely with a mix of community and business groups, individual residents, landowners and businesses to improve their town centres. Results of this collaboration include place activation initiatives such as events, streetscape improvements, greening, heritage and cultural initiatives, and public art.
We've created a plan for the Maylands Town Centre, detailing community priorities for this area:
Maylands Town Centre Place Plan
Contact your Place Manager
Emma Snow (Place Manager, Maylands and Bayswater Town Centres)
Ph: 9270 4173
Place activation groups
We've created e-newsletters for each town centre, to keep businesses, property owners, community groups and interested residents up to date on everything happening in their area.
If you'd like to sign up to receive the Maylands Town Centre e-newsletter please email us your name and town centre to email@example.com.
We have a number of groups in Maylands who work on a huge range of projects aimed at making Maylands Town Centre a better place for everyone in the community.
Our Place Managers work closely with these groups as well as other businesses and individuals to help them get their ideas off the ground. You can find out more about some of these groups by clicking below:
Local Arts and Community Events (L.A.C.E)
Maylands Historical and Peninsula Association
What's special about Maylands?
What's special about Maylands? A new sculpture is coming to the corner of Whatley Crescent and Ninth Avenue, and before we start the project we want to gather inspiration from the community. Pin your inspiration to our Maylands Pinterest board.
This project is a partnership between the City of Bayswater and local businesses, with the aim to attract Whatley Crescent shoppers across the road to Ninth Avenue to experience what this charming little part of Maylands has to offer. It follows the success of the yellow brick road and vintage hopscotch public artwork, entry statement design and tree planting.
Add your inspiration
Follow the link above, click accept and start pinning.