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September 2018

Construction Update 29-30 September 2018 

The construction of the new Community Centre is progressing well, with the concrete base now complete. 

The City has approved works for this weekend 29 and 30 September to allow the installation of a tower crane on the site to enable construction of the building to commence. 

The tower crane will be delivered and assembled over the weekend and will require the closure of Progress Way at the entrance of Wright Street through to the Civic Centre car park entrance on Progress Way (see map right).  Access to the Civic Centre, Library and the Belmont Oasis Leisure Centre will be available via Robinson Avenue (near the Oasis). 

Hours of work will be 7am – 7pm on Saturday 29 September and 9am to 5pm on Sunday 30 September. Work will mostly occur at ground level with some intermittent work at height when assembling the crane. 

The City will do its best to limit any inconvenience to residents and users of the Belmont Oasis and Library during this time. 

​Should you have any queries, please contact the City of Belmont on 9477 7222 or email Out of normal office hours, please contact PACT’s Site Manager on 0499 110 233.  ​


You will be able to find the most up to date information on this webpage. The City of Belmont will also provide regular updates in the Belmont Bulletin and e-newsletter. It is recommended that you follow our Facebook page (@BelmontCouncilWA) and subscribe to the e-newsletter.

Community Centre

The finished building will be a contemporary and much needed hub for our community, with facilities such as:

• Larger and enhanced Library
• Digital Hub
• Recording Studio
• Larger and upgraded Museum
• Crèche
• Senior Citizens Club
• Office for Not-for-Profit organisations

• Café.

We look forward to sharing the exciting updates of this project with you. It is anticipated construction of the building will take approximately 2 years, followed by fitout and occupancy by 2021.

To date the City has secured a $9,675,081 Federal Government grant and through the State Government, a Lotterywest grant of $3,837,557.

Another great community project coming to you from the City of Belmont – the City of Opportunity! 

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