Hesperia proposal flags a new future for Graylands Hospital site


Hesperia is pleased to have submitted a proposal the State Government to repurpose the Graylands Hospital site in Mount Claremont, via the Government’s Market-Led Proposals (MLP) process.

Following the submission, Hesperia has been invited to complete a full business case for the potential to repurpose the Graylands site with the Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage.

The MLP process encourages organisations such as Hesperia to approach the WA Government with proposals to provide a service, purchase government-owned assets, or build or finance infrastructure.

“We are at the early stage of the process. This is a long process with a lot of stakeholders that we have to engage and we’re very keen to work with them in stage two,” Hesperia founding director Ben Lisle said.

“Our objective is to deliver projects that help take Western Australia forward.”

Hesperia’s proposal followed the establishment of the Department of Health and the Graylands Reconfiguration and Forensic taskforce, created in January to inform planning and investment decisions relating to the Graylands Hospital site, forensic services and the neighbouring Selby Older Adult Mental Health service.