For Harmony Week 2022, we reached out to international food venues across Beaufort Street to talk about their experiences bringing a little bit of their home culture to Inglewood. We wanted to show off how you can still find wonderful, authentic international food even when our Night Markets break for the colder months. We capturedContinue reading “Harmony Week”
We’re delighted to announce our Inglenooks have won the National Planning Institute of Australia award for Great Place! See the award followed by an acceptance speech by Chair Damien Giudici and Co-Chair Ben Kent here. Having previously won the WA Planning Institute of Australia Great Place and President’s Award Co-Chair Ben said of the recognition,Continue reading “A Great Place, Indeed!”
Exploring Crime, Traffic Risks and Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED) We are thrilled to say that our CPTED report is finished and available for all to read! Commissioned by Inglewood on Beaufort and our local MLA, Lisa Baker with funding from the State Government’s Local Projects Local Jobs initiative the report assesses the built form “environment” of BeaufortContinue reading “CPTED Report”
Business rentals available in Inglewood, WA in May 2020.
Easter is coming! Make some bunnies with this free downloadable PDF. It will be a strange Easter this year for many. With COVID-19 and social distancing it will mean no big family or friends gatherings but that doesn’t mean we can’t do something funWe have seen the rise of the Inglewood bear and rainbow huntContinue reading “Easter Bunnies to make at home.”
As soon as Karen and Craig got in touch with Inglewood On Beaufort they introduced themselves and their new business, Clear Mind Studio, we were excited, because it was going to be a dedicated studio focussing on the cleansing of your mind as well as your body. And, the only open floatation tank in Perth!Continue reading “Inglewood opens our minds to Clear Mind Studio!”
Inglewood On Beaufort catches up for a ’10 with’ chat with newest business on Beaufort Street, Kasama’s Thai Kitchen.
Following the recent closure of some long-standing restaurants in Highgate and Mount Lawley, it does seem to beg the question why? There are so many factors unfortunately that can have an impact on a business, from high rents, to a slowing economy that saps consumer confidence as well as a suburb just not being ‘inContinue reading “Is Beaufort Street ‘not as good as it used to be’?”
It’s an exciting time on our Beaufort St. strip right now. We are seeing lots of businesses choosing the Inglewood on Beaufort neighbourhood to locate their shops. This is the first in a series of blog posts welcoming our new neighbours to the ‘Wood. This Friday (18th Jan) see’s the much anticipated new revamp ofContinue reading “New Kids on the Block Pt.1”
Exploring Crime, Traffic Risks and Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED) – The results are in!