Expressions of Interest for use of existing sporting facilities in Pardipardinyilla (Park 2) - Park Lands adjacent Aquatic Centre

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Update

In respect to the Denise Norton Park (Park 2) EOI, Council on 28 November 2018:

1.Noted the two submissions received as part of the ‘Expressions of Interest’ process conducted in accordance with the requirements of the City of Adelaide’s Park Lands Leasing and Licensing Policy and Operating Guidelines for the sporting facilities in Denise Norton Park / Pardipardinyilla.

2. Supported the selection of Blackfriars Priory School as the successful candidate in the Expression of Interest process and is satisfied the submission demonstrates the desired outcomes for community sport in the Adelaide Park Lands

3. Approved negotiations with Blackfriars Priory School regarding its future tenure arrangements and use of Denise Norton Park / Pardipardinyilla subject to any future lease, licence and improvement plans being presented for the consideration of the Adelaide Park Lands Authority and Council.

Please see below for information on the EOI process and EOI submission requirements.

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Update

In respect to the Denise Norton Park (Park 2) EOI, Council on 28 November 2018:

1.Noted the two submissions received as part of the ‘Expressions of Interest’ process conducted in accordance with the requirements of the City of Adelaide’s Park Lands Leasing and Licensing Policy and Operating Guidelines for the sporting facilities in Denise Norton Park / Pardipardinyilla.

2. Supported the selection of Blackfriars Priory School as the successful candidate in the Expression of Interest process and is satisfied the submission demonstrates the desired outcomes for community sport in the Adelaide Park Lands

3. Approved negotiations with Blackfriars Priory School regarding its future tenure arrangements and use of Denise Norton Park / Pardipardinyilla subject to any future lease, licence and improvement plans being presented for the consideration of the Adelaide Park Lands Authority and Council.

Please see below for information on the EOI process and EOI submission requirements.

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Consultation has concluded
  • Project background and information

    6 months ago
    The City of Adelaide is seeking expressions of interest (EOI) for the use of the existing licensed sporting facilities in Pardipardinyilla (Park 2) in the northern Adelaide Park Lands.

    The area which is the subject of this EOI is highlighted opposite on the map in green. These facilities are currently used by Blackfriars Priory School and its sub-lessees.

    This EOI process has been triggered by the expiry of Blackfriar’s lease and licence and a review of sporting facilities in Pardipardinyilla (Park 2). This review could have long term implications for the Park and so it is considered appropriate to firstly...

    The City of Adelaide is seeking expressions of interest (EOI) for the use of the existing licensed sporting facilities in Pardipardinyilla (Park 2) in the northern Adelaide Park Lands.

    The area which is the subject of this EOI is highlighted opposite on the map in green. These facilities are currently used by Blackfriars Priory School and its sub-lessees.

    This EOI process has been triggered by the expiry of Blackfriar’s lease and licence and a review of sporting facilities in Pardipardinyilla (Park 2). This review could have long term implications for the Park and so it is considered appropriate to firstly consider the future of the park and its sporting areas more broadly.

    This EOI process is being conducted in accordance with the City of Adelaide’s Park Lands Leasing and Licensing Policy Operating Guidelines.(External link) The Adelaide Park Lands Management Strategy(External link) provides for the strengthening of the role of the Park Lands as a regional destination for competitive sport and a variety of active and passive forms of recreation.

    Blackfriar’s lease and licence for these facilities (which have expired) have been temporarily extended while the EOI process occurs.