The owners of the Piccadilly Cinema want to make the venue suitable for live performances. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Piccadilly Cinema set for $6m revamp

The historic Piccadilly Cinema is one of six sites that will benefit from an incentive scheme introduced by the City of Perth to revitalise underused heritage-listed buildings in the CBD.

The City of Perth recently approved changes to the Heritage Rates Concession Policy, which will allow the owners of heritage-listed buildings to apply for a concession under the provision that they reinvigorate underutilised space.

Perth lord mayor Lisa Scaffidi said the $3.5 million investment would target heritage sites throughout the city’s malls, where ground floor space was being maximised at the expense of underutilised upper floors.


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