Ebenezer Night Markets - December 2021 - March 2022

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Give us your thoughts on an application to temporarily close Ebenezer Place (between Union Street and Rundle Street) on selected weekends during the summer to hold the Ebenezer Night Markets

Consultation Information

City of Adelaide has received an application from the East End Coordination Group to hold the Ebenezer Night Markets in a section of Ebenezer Place between Union Street and Rundle Street. To stage the Night Markets, it is proposed that the below roads be closed to vehicles as per the below schedule:

LocationProposed closure times

Ebenezer Place between Union Street and Rundle Street

Saturday, 4 December 2021: 2.30pm - 11.59pm
Ebenezer Place between Union Street and Rundle Street Saturday, 19 December 2021: 2.30pm - 11.59pm
Ebenezer Place between Union Street and Rundle Street Saturday, 5 February 2021: 2.30pm - 11.59pm
Ebenezer Place between Union Street and Rundle Street Saturday, 12 February 2021: 2.30pm - 11.59pm
Ebenezer Place between Union Street and Rundle Street Friday, 18 February 2021: 2.30pm - 11.59pm
Ebenezer Place between Union Street and Rundle Street Saturday, 19 February 2021: 2.30pm - 11.59pm
Ebenezer Place between Union Street and Rundle Street Saturday, 26 February 2021: 2.30pm - 11.59pm
Ebenezer Place between Union Street and Rundle Street Saturday, 5 March 2021: 2.30pm - 11.59pm
Ebenezer Place between Union Street and Rundle StreetSaturday, 12 March 2021: 2.30pm - 11.59pm
Ebenezer Place between Union Street and Rundle StreetSaturday, 19 March 2021: 2.30pm - 11.59pm


We would like your feedback on the application to grant a temporary closure for Ebenezer Place between Union Street and Rundle Street for the purpose of the Ebenezer Night Markets taking place as scheduled above.

For more information - see below:

Consultation information Pack


Provide your feedback by Clicking Here or on the 'Complete Survey' tab below.

Consultation closes 5pm, Monday 18 October 2021


Background

The Ebenezer Night Markets has been held since 2012. Originating as a pilot Splash Adelaide initiative (formerly known as East End Summer Fridays), Ebenezer Night Markets aims to provide activity and vibrancy to the East End by featuring stall holders selling a variety of items including food, jewellery, arts, crafts and fashion.

To facilitate the road closure, it is proposed that all the on-street parking spaces on the closed section of the roads will be changed to ‘No stopping – Tow-Away’ for the duration of the road closure. Pedestrian access will be maintained along the closed roads and the event site will not be fenced.

Under the Local Government Act 1999, the City of Adelaide is required to consult the public before it can grant a permit for an event that requests to use a public road for business purposes, and the said purpose will require whole or partial road closure(s) that may impede the passage of traffic to a material degree.

Give us your thoughts on an application to temporarily close Ebenezer Place (between Union Street and Rundle Street) on selected weekends during the summer to hold the Ebenezer Night Markets

Consultation Information

City of Adelaide has received an application from the East End Coordination Group to hold the Ebenezer Night Markets in a section of Ebenezer Place between Union Street and Rundle Street. To stage the Night Markets, it is proposed that the below roads be closed to vehicles as per the below schedule:

LocationProposed closure times

Ebenezer Place between Union Street and Rundle Street

Saturday, 4 December 2021: 2.30pm - 11.59pm
Ebenezer Place between Union Street and Rundle Street Saturday, 19 December 2021: 2.30pm - 11.59pm
Ebenezer Place between Union Street and Rundle Street Saturday, 5 February 2021: 2.30pm - 11.59pm
Ebenezer Place between Union Street and Rundle Street Saturday, 12 February 2021: 2.30pm - 11.59pm
Ebenezer Place between Union Street and Rundle Street Friday, 18 February 2021: 2.30pm - 11.59pm
Ebenezer Place between Union Street and Rundle Street Saturday, 19 February 2021: 2.30pm - 11.59pm
Ebenezer Place between Union Street and Rundle Street Saturday, 26 February 2021: 2.30pm - 11.59pm
Ebenezer Place between Union Street and Rundle Street Saturday, 5 March 2021: 2.30pm - 11.59pm
Ebenezer Place between Union Street and Rundle StreetSaturday, 12 March 2021: 2.30pm - 11.59pm
Ebenezer Place between Union Street and Rundle StreetSaturday, 19 March 2021: 2.30pm - 11.59pm


We would like your feedback on the application to grant a temporary closure for Ebenezer Place between Union Street and Rundle Street for the purpose of the Ebenezer Night Markets taking place as scheduled above.

For more information - see below:

Consultation information Pack


Provide your feedback by Clicking Here or on the 'Complete Survey' tab below.

Consultation closes 5pm, Monday 18 October 2021


Background

The Ebenezer Night Markets has been held since 2012. Originating as a pilot Splash Adelaide initiative (formerly known as East End Summer Fridays), Ebenezer Night Markets aims to provide activity and vibrancy to the East End by featuring stall holders selling a variety of items including food, jewellery, arts, crafts and fashion.

To facilitate the road closure, it is proposed that all the on-street parking spaces on the closed section of the roads will be changed to ‘No stopping – Tow-Away’ for the duration of the road closure. Pedestrian access will be maintained along the closed roads and the event site will not be fenced.

Under the Local Government Act 1999, the City of Adelaide is required to consult the public before it can grant a permit for an event that requests to use a public road for business purposes, and the said purpose will require whole or partial road closure(s) that may impede the passage of traffic to a material degree.

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