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Maylands Brickworks Reactivation

  • The Drying Shed - bricks were dried here prior to being fired in the kiln
  • Looking ahead - an example of the adaptive reuse of a former brickworks
  • Looking ahead - an example of the adaptive reuse of a former brickworks

   
The Heritage Works Revolving Fund program is working collaboratively with the City of Bayswater to reactivate the former Maylands Brickworks heritage buildings. We invite your comments and ideas about the future of the site, including your feedback on four draft reactivation concepts, which have been provided to prompt community discussion. None of these concepts have been endorsed by the City of Bayswater.


The community engagement period will run from 7 February until 16 March 2018.

Come along to one of the information sessions below at the Maylands Brickworks on Swan Bank Road to find out more about the project, ask questions, or look inside the Brickworks.
  
Session 1
Saturday 17 February 2018
9-11am

Session 2
Monday 26 February 2018
5-7pm


The Information Pack below provides comprehensive information about the proposal and some reactivation concepts.
Click on the different sections in the Information Pack via the Contents Page.


Image of cover of Maylands Brickworks Reactivation Information Pack

Complete a feedback form here.


Frequently Asked Questions

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