Bayswater Station development application

The Western Australian Planning Commission (WAPC) is seeking comment on a development application from the Evolve Bayswater Alliance relating to the redevelopment of Bayswater Station, a key METRONET project.

The Bayswater Station development application will be determined by the Western Australian Planning Commission in accordance with section 116 of the Planning and Development Act 2005.

Development application details

The Bayswater Station development application proposes the redevelopment of Bayswater Station including:

  • New rail bridges and two new station island platforms.
  • Station entry west of King William Street and another east of King William Street.
  • Integrated pedestrian, cyclist, bus and vehicle access into the station.
  • New bus bays and vehicle parking bays.
  • Landscaping and urban design features within the station precinct.
  • Modifications to the road network and intersections on Whatley Crescent, King William Street, Coode Street, Beechboro Road South, Railway Parade, Rose Avenue and Hamilton Street.
  • Tenancy spaces in the eastern station entry building for a range of retail, commercial, culture and creative industry, community, dining and entertainment uses.
  • Staged construction to maintain public access and public transport operations as far as possible through the construction operations


You can provide feedback on this development application using our online consultation hub.

Online consultation

Alternatively, feedback can be emailed to or posted to:

Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage
Urban Development
Locked Bag 2506 Perth, WA 6001

Submissions will close on 22 October 2020.

Document viewing locations

The development application is available to download above and can also be viewed in person at:

  • Western Australian Planning Commission, Level 2, 140 William Street, Perth
  • City of Bayswater, 61 Broun Avenue, Morley WA 6062

For queries regarding the proposed Bayswater Station development application, please contact Mr Robert Cull on 6551 9267.

Page last reviewed 8 October 2020
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