As UWA considers how to approach future campus planning, a public lecture - University planning and architecture: The search for perfection - will explore the prestigious sphere of university campus design.
Parking changes will occur on the following dates:
Friday 23 February (O-Day): Staff permit holders are encouraged to use staff permit parking bays where available as there will be a large number of vehicles on campus.
Monday 26 February (Semester 1 begins): Normal parking regulations will apply during Semester 1 and student permit parking (yellow) bays will be available to student permit holders only.
Monday 5 March (Labour Day): The University will be operating as normal and the UWA Parking Regulations still apply. Public transport facilities will run on a Sunday timetable. Visit the TransPerth website to plan your trip.
Due to a combination of seasonal temperatures, high humidity and more people on campus, from Monday 19 February until the end of March, there is an increased possibility that air conditioning supply load shedding will be required as demand for chilled water reaches extremely high levels. To manage this, the University may need to commence a load shedding process.
If you have applied for and received a UWA parking permit, please ensure the permit is affixed to the left-hand side of your vehicle windscreen before Friday 23 February to avoid being issued an infringement.
On Tuesday 13 February and Wednesday 14 February, Campus Management will undertake tree maintenance along Gillett Promenade. The works will take place along the entire length of Gillett Promenade and include the removal of fallen branches from the Great Court.
From Monday 5 February until approximately Tuesday 13 February, Campus Management will be replacing concrete panels along Saw Promenade. The affected area will stretch from the underpass near Hackett Hall, through to the Moreton Bay Fig tree (near Winthrop Hall).
On Tuesday 6 February and Wednesday 7 February, Campus Management will undertake urgent tree maintenance along Saw Promenade. The affected area will run from Social Sciences through to the Human Movement building.
From the beginning of the year until mid-May, Campus Management is undertaking a series of works in the area bordered by Fairway, the Electrical and Electronic Engineering building, Building 224, Indian Ocean Marine Research Centre (IOMRC), and James Oval.