Future Community Space - Minor Works Buildling

Consultation has concluded.

Check out the new dedicated webpage for the latest updates on the Minor Works Building, http://www.adelaidecitycouncil.com/minorworksbuilding

The Minor Works Building is a previous works depot for the Adelaide City Council and is owned by Council. The building is located between Sturt Street and Wright Street, off Stamford Court, and is now part of the Ergo Apartments site.

In 2013 Council engaged the local community for ideas to help transform this building into a future community space.

A Council decision has now been made to establish the Minor Works Building as a flexible community space that will be owned and operated by Council. More details can be found in the agenda for the Economic and Community Development Committee meeting held on 17 February 2015, Item 10. Council Administration is now working toward having the Minor Works Building open and available to the community in October 2015!

Operational Model

Community members will be able to make bookings online once the system is set up. The focus will be on localised, community driven use, facilitated by local people. Information about booking terms and conditions and cost will be available in coming months.

Updates

Project updates will be published on this page. You can also join the mailing list to have updates sent directly to your inbox or mail box.

Check out the 'Consultation Update - Newsletter' in the document library for the most recent information.

Check out the new dedicated webpage for the latest updates on the Minor Works Building, http://www.adelaidecitycouncil.com/minorworksbuilding

The Minor Works Building is a previous works depot for the Adelaide City Council and is owned by Council. The building is located between Sturt Street and Wright Street, off Stamford Court, and is now part of the Ergo Apartments site.

In 2013 Council engaged the local community for ideas to help transform this building into a future community space.

A Council decision has now been made to establish the Minor Works Building as a flexible community space that will be owned and operated by Council. More details can be found in the agenda for the Economic and Community Development Committee meeting held on 17 February 2015, Item 10. Council Administration is now working toward having the Minor Works Building open and available to the community in October 2015!

Operational Model

Community members will be able to make bookings online once the system is set up. The focus will be on localised, community driven use, facilitated by local people. Information about booking terms and conditions and cost will be available in coming months.

Updates

Project updates will be published on this page. You can also join the mailing list to have updates sent directly to your inbox or mail box.

Check out the 'Consultation Update - Newsletter' in the document library for the most recent information.

Consultation has concluded.
  • Previous Consultation Process

    over 5 years ago

    Stage 1 (23 Sept - 1 Nov)
    We sought your ideas about how the community would like to use the Minor Works Building as a future community space. Your feedback also helped to identify community uses for the area directly surrounding the building.

    Project background information:

    Stage 2 (11 Nov - 20 Dec)
    Using the feedback recieved from stage 1, Council staff worked further with the local community to identify key elements and principals that can guide the development of the future community space.

    Project background information:

    Stage 3 (April 2014)

    On 8 April 2014 Council resolved that it “Endorses the Minor Works Building being maintained and operated by Council staff as an ongoing community asset”. A link to the report can be found here. View the report under Item 9 - 9. Minor Works Building Project.

    Further updates following this decision will be communicated after presentations of a follow up report to Council in February 2015.

    Now (February 2015)

    A Council decision has now been made to establish the Minor Works Building as a flexible community space that will be owned and operated by Council. Council Adminstration is now working toward having the Minor Works Building open and available to the community in late 2015!

    Stage 1 (23 Sept - 1 Nov)
    We sought your ideas about how the community would like to use the Minor Works Building as a future community space. Your feedback also helped to identify community uses for the area directly surrounding the building.

    Project background information:

    Stage 2 (11 Nov - 20 Dec)
    Using the feedback recieved from stage 1, Council staff worked further with the local community to identify key elements and principals that can guide the development of the future community space.

    Project background information:

    Stage 3 (April 2014)

    On 8 April 2014 Council resolved that it “Endorses the Minor Works Building being maintained and operated by Council staff as an ongoing community asset”. A link to the report can be found here. View the report under Item 9 - 9. Minor Works Building Project.

    Further updates following this decision will be communicated after presentations of a follow up report to Council in February 2015.

    Now (February 2015)

    A Council decision has now been made to establish the Minor Works Building as a flexible community space that will be owned and operated by Council. Council Adminstration is now working toward having the Minor Works Building open and available to the community in late 2015!