Principles to Place Morley Station Precinct: Collaborative Place Design workshop summary report to inform conceptual master planning

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Abstract

This report outlines a process of Collaborative Place Design undertaken with a Community Reference Group (CRG) for a new passenger rail station area precinct on the Morley - Eleenbrook line. The Collaborative Place Design activity was undertaken as part of the community engagement phase of a project being undertaken by a professional design practice to prepare a conceptual masterplan for the built form and land use of the station area. The activity was focussed on translating the Vision and Principles for the future development of the area into spatial actions. The Vision and Principles had been previously determined by previous community engagement undertaken by the design consultant URBIS. The process aimed to allow community members to translate the principles which they had previously derived into options for spatial actions. The intention was to
provide specific guidance to the design team so that the spatial priorities and preferences could be considered and integrated into the design process.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAustralia
PublisherAustralian Urban Design Research Centre AUDRC
Commissioning bodyDepartment of Planning, Lands and Heritage, Western Australia
Number of pages53
Publication statusPublished - 9 Sep 2020

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