Gawler Place Upgrade

Consultation has concluded

Have your say on the proposed Gawler Place Partial Road Closure as part of the Gawler Place Upgrade project.

Project Update

Construction is on hold while alternate proposals are worked through to ensure that the project delivers an appealing street while also providing value for money.

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Background

Gawler Place is being upgraded as part of developing the Rundle Mall Precinct as Adelaide’s premier shopping destination. To ensure that Gawler Place remains an attractive destination where people shop, visit and spend time the upgrade is seeking to balance pedestrian, cycling and vehicular traffic.

The proposed design includes kerb-less wider footpaths, greening to create shady walk ways, public seating, lighting, public art and activation areas.

The new design will provide a more enjoyable and attractive thoroughfare for many people’s daily walk and encourage people to spend more time in the street.

The partial closure of the road will help create a more vibrant and pedestrian friendly environment.

Please visit Your Future Adelaide to stay informed about the upgrade.

To make an enquiry, provide feedback or register to receive project updates please email:

feedback@gawlerplace.com.au or call 1300 766 046.





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For further information on the Gawler Place Upgrade please see news items below.




Have your say on the proposed Gawler Place Partial Road Closure as part of the Gawler Place Upgrade project.

Project Update

Construction is on hold while alternate proposals are worked through to ensure that the project delivers an appealing street while also providing value for money.

Click here for further information.

Background

Gawler Place is being upgraded as part of developing the Rundle Mall Precinct as Adelaide’s premier shopping destination. To ensure that Gawler Place remains an attractive destination where people shop, visit and spend time the upgrade is seeking to balance pedestrian, cycling and vehicular traffic.

The proposed design includes kerb-less wider footpaths, greening to create shady walk ways, public seating, lighting, public art and activation areas.

The new design will provide a more enjoyable and attractive thoroughfare for many people’s daily walk and encourage people to spend more time in the street.

The partial closure of the road will help create a more vibrant and pedestrian friendly environment.

Please visit Your Future Adelaide to stay informed about the upgrade.

To make an enquiry, provide feedback or register to receive project updates please email:

feedback@gawlerplace.com.au or call 1300 766 046.





For further information please contact


For further information on the Gawler Place Upgrade please see news items below.




Consultation has concluded
  • Project update: proposed partial road closure in Gawler Place

    about 22 hours ago

    Consultation on the proposed Gawler Place Partial Road Closure as part of the Gawler Place Upgrade project was conducted recently (7 June - 6 July 2018). The community and key stakeholders were invited to have their say.

    Following further investigative work on underground service complexities, the start of the work has been put on hold until further design work has been finalised.

    Background

    Pursuant to Section 32 of the South Australian Road Traffic Act 1961, The City of Adelaide hereby gives notice that it is proposing to close Gawler Place, Adelaide between Rundle Mall and a point 48 metres north,...

    Consultation on the proposed Gawler Place Partial Road Closure as part of the Gawler Place Upgrade project was conducted recently (7 June - 6 July 2018). The community and key stakeholders were invited to have their say.

    Following further investigative work on underground service complexities, the start of the work has been put on hold until further design work has been finalised.

    Background

    Pursuant to Section 32 of the South Australian Road Traffic Act 1961, The City of Adelaide hereby gives notice that it is proposing to close Gawler Place, Adelaide between Rundle Mall and a point 48 metres north, towards Fisher Place, to all vehicles except emergency services vehicles, City of Adelaide authorised vehicles and bicycles.

    The City of Adelaide sought feedback on its proposal to partially close Gawler Place from Rundle Mall, 48 metres north towards Fisher Place as part of the Gawler Place Upgrade project.



  • Project Update June 2018

    about 1 month ago

    Consultation on the draft concept plans concluded in June 2017 and construction is commencing.

    We will continue to work closely with Gawler Place tenants, businesses, building owners, stakeholders and the wider community as the upgrade is constructed.

    Key stakeholders, which includes Gawler Place tenants, businesses, and building owners are being kept updated on project progress. Key stakeholders were contacted by letter and provided with an information pack containing the following documents to ensure they remain informed of progress:

    Consultation on the draft concept plans concluded in June 2017 and construction is commencing.

    We will continue to work closely with Gawler Place tenants, businesses, building owners, stakeholders and the wider community as the upgrade is constructed.

    Key stakeholders, which includes Gawler Place tenants, businesses, and building owners are being kept updated on project progress. Key stakeholders were contacted by letter and provided with an information pack containing the following documents to ensure they remain informed of progress:

  • Project Update March 2018

    5 months ago

    During May and June 2017 we asked for your feedback on the concept designs to upgrade Gawler Place.

    To view the outcomes of this engagement please click here.

    Further information will be posted as the project progresses.

    During May and June 2017 we asked for your feedback on the concept designs to upgrade Gawler Place.

    To view the outcomes of this engagement please click here.

    Further information will be posted as the project progresses.

  • Project background and information

    10 months ago
    Project background and information

    As part of The City of Adelaide (CoA) 2016-2020 Strategic Plan and 2016-17 Integrated Business Plan and Budget, $7.85 million has been allocated for the redevelopment of Gawler Place.

    In 2010/11 a Masterplan for Rundle Mall was developed to guide the future direction of the precinct to become one of South Australia’s premier retail destinations. Gawler Place was identified as one of the first projects for redevelopment.

    Gawler Place is a key link to the transport corridor of Grenfell Street, the new tram stop on North Terrace, the recently completed ANZAC Memorial Walk on Kintore Avenue,...

    Project background and information

    As part of The City of Adelaide (CoA) 2016-2020 Strategic Plan and 2016-17 Integrated Business Plan and Budget, $7.85 million has been allocated for the redevelopment of Gawler Place.

    In 2010/11 a Masterplan for Rundle Mall was developed to guide the future direction of the precinct to become one of South Australia’s premier retail destinations. Gawler Place was identified as one of the first projects for redevelopment.

    Gawler Place is a key link to the transport corridor of Grenfell Street, the new tram stop on North Terrace, the recently completed ANZAC Memorial Walk on Kintore Avenue, the cultural boulevard of North Terrace and the Riverbank precinct.

    As a vital connector for these key city destinations, Gawler Place is in high-demand from both pedestrians and vehicles. The quality and function of the street is in poor condition and needs to be upgraded to meet increasing demands, improve the Mall precinct and align with the high quality of Rundle Mall.

    The Gawler Place Upgrade proposes to establish a contemporary, pedestrian-focused link, connecting to the heart of the Rundle Mall Precinct. The upgrade will reinforce Gawler Place as a smart, green, attractive and safe destination as well as reinforcing the link between the Riverbank, the cultural precinct of North Terrace, the transport corridor of Grenfell Street and the wider CBD.

    The concept design will include new paving, lighting, tree planting and seating.

    For further information please view:

    Consultation pack; Gawler Place North Concept Design; Gawler Place South Concept Design.