Australia: Clayton Utz marks first milestone in WA $75.4 million Scarborough Beach foreshore revitalisation
Last Updated: 25 May 2016

Perth, 19 May 2016: Clayton Utz is advising on one of the largest infrastructure revitalisation projects being undertaken in Western Australia - the $75.4 million Scarborough redevelopment.

In partnership with the City of Stirling, the Western Australia (WA) Government - through the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority - plans to transform the iconic Scarborough Beach foreshore in Perth into a world-class beachfront and tourism hotspot.

The WA Government last week announced an additional $18 million funding for the project and its intention to shortly award a contract to start forward works.

Clayton Utz's Perth office is assisting the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority through a collaborative effort involving the firm's Construction team (led by Clive Luck), its Environment and Planning team (led by Brad Wylynko), and its Real Estate team (led by Simon Taskunas and Mary Pringle).

Brad Wylynko commented: "Clayton Utz is excited to be partnering with the MRA to deliver another landmark project for Perth. It's a great example of the State Government further consolidating Perth's appeal as a place to live, and as a leading tourism and business destination in the Asia Pacific region."

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