Central Market Arcade Community Land Revocation and Redevelopment

Consultation has concluded

Public consultation on the proposal to revoke the Community Land classification of the Central Market Arcade Land (comprising a portion of 22 -60 Gouger Street and Victoria Square, Adelaide) resulted in 61 submissions. Of those 61 submissions, 24 were supportive of the proposal, 24 objected to it, and 11 indicated either a neutral or no response.

It is considered that the concerns raised have been sufficiently addressed to date (and will continue to be addressed as the project progresses) to recommend that a report be submitted to the Minister for Planning to request approval to revoke the Central Market Arcade land (as described above) from its classification as Community Land.

To view the full Council report click here.

Public consultation on the proposal to revoke the Community Land classification of the Central Market Arcade Land (comprising a portion of 22 -60 Gouger Street and Victoria Square, Adelaide) resulted in 61 submissions. Of those 61 submissions, 24 were supportive of the proposal, 24 objected to it, and 11 indicated either a neutral or no response.

It is considered that the concerns raised have been sufficiently addressed to date (and will continue to be addressed as the project progresses) to recommend that a report be submitted to the Minister for Planning to request approval to revoke the Central Market Arcade land (as described above) from its classification as Community Land.

To view the full Council report click here.

Consultation has concluded
  • Project background and information

    over 2 years ago

    Background

    The redevelopment of the Central Market Arcade provides Council with a once in a lifetime opportunity to drive major change within the heart of the Market District, with the last redevelopment occurring in the 1960’s.

    Land that is owned by a Council or under a Council’s care, control and management is classified as community land in accordance with the Local Government Act 1999. The Central Market Arcade land (and adjoining Adelaide Central Market) is classified as community land.

    Removal from the classification as community land can only occur by a process of revocation under the Local Government Act 1999....

    Background

    The redevelopment of the Central Market Arcade provides Council with a once in a lifetime opportunity to drive major change within the heart of the Market District, with the last redevelopment occurring in the 1960’s.

    Land that is owned by a Council or under a Council’s care, control and management is classified as community land in accordance with the Local Government Act 1999. The Central Market Arcade land (and adjoining Adelaide Central Market) is classified as community land.

    Removal from the classification as community land can only occur by a process of revocation under the Local Government Act 1999. Community Land cannot be disposed of (eg. sold or transferred) unless it has been revoked from the classification as community land.

    Council has worked collaboratively with stakeholders and considered the ideas and aspirations from Our Market District – the right ingredients for the future, being the subject of extensive stakeholder engagement, to develop the vision of the site as well as a set of objectives and principles to inform the redevelopment.

    Project Information

    The Adelaide Central Market will not be redeveloped. We are seeking to redevelop the Central Market Arcade (including a portion of the Central Market U Park car park directly above) for a public/ private mixed-use development including an expanded retail and market offer which is complementary to the adjoining Adelaide Central Market. This redevelopment should not negatively impact the buildings or activities of the neighbouring Adelaide Central Market.

    In addition to the above, we are also seeking feedback on what you would like to see in a redevelopment of the Central Market Arcade.

    For further information view:

    1. The Fact Sheet

    2. Consultation Pack

    3. Consultation Pack (Chinese)

    3. Revocation Proposal

    4. FAQs

    For further assistance please contact Council staff.

  • Vision, Redevelopment Objectives and Guiding Principles

    almost 3 years ago

    Vision

    The Central Market Arcade Redevelopment will be a catalyst for enriching the city. It will help grow what’s best about the Adelaide Central Market and Market District, into a food and wine destination of international repute, as part of a thriving mixed-use place. A place that appeals to more people, more of the time. It will help achieve Council’s vision where “Adelaide is a welcoming and dynamic city full of rich and diverse experiences.”

    The Central Market Arcade redevelopment will provide the opportunity to grow the market offering with expanded and complementary retail and market activities connecting to Victoria...

    Vision

    The Central Market Arcade Redevelopment will be a catalyst for enriching the city. It will help grow what’s best about the Adelaide Central Market and Market District, into a food and wine destination of international repute, as part of a thriving mixed-use place. A place that appeals to more people, more of the time. It will help achieve Council’s vision where “Adelaide is a welcoming and dynamic city full of rich and diverse experiences.”

    The Central Market Arcade redevelopment will provide the opportunity to grow the market offering with expanded and complementary retail and market activities connecting to Victoria Square. This will support an extension of the fresh food and day-to-day retail offer with new loading facilities, increased public car parking and the potential for a range of uses at the upper levels.

    Redevelopment Objectives

    1. Food and wine destination of international repute

    A thriving mixed-use development expanding the diverse fresh food and day to day retail offer available today, along with other land uses including leisure and cultural offerings that strengthen the future of the Adelaide Central Market and Market District as a food and wine destination of international repute loved by all.

    1. Celebrate Heritage + Culture

    Celebrate the rich cultural tapestry of the District including Kaurna, colonial, European and Asian immigrants and the heritage buildings, places and cultural attachment they have created.

    1. Design + Place

    Creative, inspiring and iconic architecture and places that also reinforce and complements the streetscape character, scale and heritage buildings.

    1. Economic catalyst

    Catalyst redevelopment symbolic of an economically prosperous city that stimulates innovative and diverse business practices, promotes entrepreneurship and stimulates Adelaide’s competitiveness.

    1. Return on investment

    Financially viable project that manages the future risk for Council and private investors and produces long term public value.

    1. Better access + movement

    Seamless and safe access for people to move to and through the site.

    1. Sustainable and smart community

    A carbon neutral and sustainable development through design, technology and governance.

    Guiding Principles

    1. Redevelopment must secure the future of the Adelaide Central Market for at least the next 50 years, in part by accommodating the growth of the Central Market.
    2. Redevelopment must be smart, green, liveable and creative, exemplifying and helping to achieve The City of Adelaide 2016-2020 Strategic Plan.
    3. Creative and innovative mixed use proposals are encouraged for ‘airspace’ developments, with high quality design outcomes a must. Residential proposals must include 15% affordable housing in the housing mix.
    4. Provision of at least one north-south pedestrian link, with consideration to 24-hour access, between Gouger and Grote Streets. An east-west link between the site, Adelaide Central Market and Victoria Square/Tarntanyangga is to be retained.
    5. Proposals must be viable for delivery in the short term, and must minimise disruption to the Adelaide Central Market and Market District. Innovative construction and implementation processes are encouraged to minimise impacts.
    6. Redevelopment must provide a long term sustainable source of revenue to Adelaide City Council, whilst managing costs and risk.
    7. Redevelopment is to create new building assets for Council to own, specifically:
    • an expanded Central Market and complementary retail offer (approximately 6,000m2) on the ground level, with a retail shopping centre including supermarket and speciality shops, located across the ground and basement levels.
    • below-ground loading and servicing for the development with consideration to be given to the provision of infrastructure (including, but not limited to, storage, delivery facilities and refrigeration) to accommodate the needs of both the traders in the development and the Adelaide Central Market.
    • increased car parking (compared to existing 260 spaces), in basements or in sleeved upper levels to maximise parking capacity sensitively. Future adaptive re-use of above ground car parking must also be allowed for.
    1. Redevelopment proposals are to be contained to the boundaries of the Central Market Arcade site (except for Sir Samuel Way building) and should not negatively impact the buildings, access or activities of the neighbouring Central Market site.
    2. Redevelopment proposals must embrace cultural/ arts opportunities. This includes allowance for cultural, arts, retail, tourism and mixed use development including through, but not limited to, adaptive re-use of the Sir Samuel Way building (noting that this building is not owned by Adelaide City Council).
    3. Redevelopment proposals should address the sensitive issue of overshadowing of Gouger Street – specifically outdoor dining on southern footpath west of Mills Street – for example by constructing buildings within a building envelope provided by a 45 degree plane measured from natural ground level at the southern Gouger Street footpath, or through other design solutions.
    4. Redevelopment proposals must involve and engage stakeholders and the wider community in the future of the site.
    5. Redevelopment proposals must represent ‘sensational urban development’ and have a ‘wow factor’.
    6. Redevelopment proposals must celebrate building and site heritage, taking note of the following:
    • The former Grote Street building façade (circa 1915) to be reinstated, either exactly based on archival photographs and reference to Federal Hall,or with subtle contemporary differentiation, so that in any event, the former eastern extent of the Adelaide Central Market is seen to be visibly returned to its former splendour. This should respect the scale, grain, permeability, materials, and street wall height (maximum 12m, with taller buildings set back at least 12m, and giving special consideration to the prominence of the existing Grote Street tower of the Adelaide Central Market).
    • Council’s intent to improve the relationship to neighbouring heritage buildings, especially the Sir Samuel Way Building.
    1. The design and feel of the redevelopment will be sympathetic to the ambience of the market precinct