Case Study: scarborough foreshore redevelopment
Redefining the Scarborough foreshore to create a place for people
MRA and the City of Stirling were seeking a transformation of the Scarborough Foreshore.
Designed by a TCL, UDLA and ARUP-led consortium, we worked with a multi-faceted project team within a complex stakeholder environment to deliver this project.
Connecting a 1km stretch of foreshore, the Scarborough beachfront landscape is now defined by two main pedestrian promenades that provide clear circulation and frame new amenities and recreational opportunities. This project has transformed a previously disconnected and carpark-dominated beachfront into a lively leisure landscape that caters to all age groups.
Client: MRA, in partnership with the City of Stirling
Location: Scarborough, WA
Dates: 2015 – 2018
Collaborators: MRA, City of Stirling, TCL, ARUP, Taylor Robinson Chaney Broderick, Enlocus
2019 Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) WA Award of Excellence, Parks and Open Space
2018 Urban Design Institute of Australia (UDIA) WA Award of Excellence, Government and Public Use
2018 Planning Institute of Australia (PIA) WA Award, Best Planning Ideas – Large Project