Wheels start turning on park upgrade

Vicki Clifford, David and Rebecca Buswell, Frank Alban, Charlotte, Lisa and Paul Coughlan, and Madison Buswell.
Vicki Clifford, David and Rebecca Buswell, Frank Alban, Charlotte, Lisa and Paul Coughlan, and Madison Buswell.

The scope of improvements has not yet been established and would require community consultation through the Shire of Mundaring before any plans can be made.

Rebecca Buswell, a mother who grew up in Glen Forrest, is driving the project.

Mrs Buswell is trying to establish a community ratepayer association, or a similar group, to monitor and consult on the project.

It is generally accepted that improvements along the lines of Pine Park, in Darlington, would be acceptable to the community, with no intention to change the heritage, character and charm of Train Park.

While the survey mail-out has been distributed to Glen Forrest residents, anyone outside the area who uses Train Park is also invited to respond.

Copies are available from Frank Alban’s office at 28 Main Street, Ellenbrook, and can also be sent to interested parties via email. Residents requiring more information should call Mr Alban on |9296 7688.