Revocation of Classification of land as Community Land: James Place Public Toilet.

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Please Note: due to the recent impact of the COVID-19 lockdown, the consultation period has been extended to 5pm, 18 December 2020.


Have your say on a proposal to revoke the classification of the James Place Public Toilet as community land for the purposes of its sale and redevelopment.

Project Information and Background

The City of Adelaide is seeking feedback on the proposal to revoke the James Place Public Toilet land from the classification as community land pursuant to Section 194 of the Local Government Act 1999 (the Act) for the purposes of its sale and redevelopment. The resulting redevelopment will include replacement public toilets consistent with the existing facilities.

The land at 23-25 James Place accommodates the James Place Public Toilet, is owned by the Corporation of the City of Adelaide, and is classified as community land. Removal from the classification as community land for the purpose of sale and redevelopment can only occur by a process of revocation under Section 194 of the Act.

The James Place Public Toilet land incorporates ground floor public conveniences, a vacant first floor and plant/ servicing at level two. The upper floors are restricted by the building structure and as such are under-utilised providing limited value to the community.

The ground floor public conveniences comprise male and female toilets, disabled toilets and a Changing Places facility. The public toilets are provided for the benefit and convenience of City visitors and shoppers.

The City of Adelaide is proposing to dispose of the James Place Public Toilet to an adjoining owner with the land to form part of a significant redevelopment adjacent the Rundle Mall precinct.

Sale and disposal of the James Place Public Toilet is subject to the adjoining owner providing replacement public toilets within the redevelopment. The replacement public toilets will be consistent with the existing facilities (ie. incorporating male, female, accessible and Changing Places facilities) for the convenience of City visitors and shoppers.

Arrangements will be made with regard to the provision of alternate public toilet facilities during the construction of the new public conveniences. Noting this may not allow for a Changing Places facility during the construction period.

For more information and an opportunity to provide a submission for the consultation see below:

Consultation Information PackProposal to revocate the James Place Public Toilet as community landProvide Your Submission


Consultation closes 5pm, Friday 18 December 2020

Please Note: due to the recent impact of the COVID-19 lockdown, the consultation period has been extended to 5pm, 18 December 2020.


Have your say on a proposal to revoke the classification of the James Place Public Toilet as community land for the purposes of its sale and redevelopment.

Project Information and Background

The City of Adelaide is seeking feedback on the proposal to revoke the James Place Public Toilet land from the classification as community land pursuant to Section 194 of the Local Government Act 1999 (the Act) for the purposes of its sale and redevelopment. The resulting redevelopment will include replacement public toilets consistent with the existing facilities.

The land at 23-25 James Place accommodates the James Place Public Toilet, is owned by the Corporation of the City of Adelaide, and is classified as community land. Removal from the classification as community land for the purpose of sale and redevelopment can only occur by a process of revocation under Section 194 of the Act.

The James Place Public Toilet land incorporates ground floor public conveniences, a vacant first floor and plant/ servicing at level two. The upper floors are restricted by the building structure and as such are under-utilised providing limited value to the community.

The ground floor public conveniences comprise male and female toilets, disabled toilets and a Changing Places facility. The public toilets are provided for the benefit and convenience of City visitors and shoppers.

The City of Adelaide is proposing to dispose of the James Place Public Toilet to an adjoining owner with the land to form part of a significant redevelopment adjacent the Rundle Mall precinct.

Sale and disposal of the James Place Public Toilet is subject to the adjoining owner providing replacement public toilets within the redevelopment. The replacement public toilets will be consistent with the existing facilities (ie. incorporating male, female, accessible and Changing Places facilities) for the convenience of City visitors and shoppers.

Arrangements will be made with regard to the provision of alternate public toilet facilities during the construction of the new public conveniences. Noting this may not allow for a Changing Places facility during the construction period.

For more information and an opportunity to provide a submission for the consultation see below:

Consultation Information PackProposal to revocate the James Place Public Toilet as community landProvide Your Submission


Consultation closes 5pm, Friday 18 December 2020

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