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Proposed Helipad in Adelaide Park Lands – Bonython Park/Tulya Wardli (west of Morphett Street Bridge)

Consultation has concluded.


Have your say on the proposal to develop a helipad in the Park Lands - Bonython Park/Tulya Wardli (section immediately west of Morphett Street Bridge).

Background

In 2017, the City of Adelaide endorsed a commercial helipad to be located in the Adelaide Park Lands. The intention to establish a helipad is to enable commercial and private helicopter flights to arrive and depart from the City centre. A centrally located helipad will bring more visitors to the City and will provide increased opportunities for businesses. Major South Australian tourism destinations, such as the Barossa Valley, Fleurieu Peninsula and Kangaroo Island are within a short flight time.
A small section of our vast Adelaide Park Lands will be allocated for a dedicated commercial helipad. Council is now in the process of pursuing interest from the industry to determine the preferred operator or consortia for the helipad.

Project Information

We are proposing to lease a portion of the Adelaide Park Lands in Bonython Park/Tulya Wardli (section immediately west of Morphett Street Bridge), to allow the development of a Helipad. This will require fencing, car parking and supporting infrastructure that will be subject to development approval under the Development Act 1993 before proceeding.

Under the Local Government Act 1999, councils are required to formally undertake public consultation for a lease or licence over community land that is not provided for in the relevant community land management plan.

Read the Consultation PackView the Location PlanRead the Draft Lease AgreementRead the Environmental Impact ReportContact Staff for further enquiries

Have your say on the proposal to develop a helipad in the Park Lands - Bonython Park/Tulya Wardli (section immediately west of Morphett Street Bridge).

Background

In 2017, the City of Adelaide endorsed a commercial helipad to be located in the Adelaide Park Lands. The intention to establish a helipad is to enable commercial and private helicopter flights to arrive and depart from the City centre. A centrally located helipad will bring more visitors to the City and will provide increased opportunities for businesses. Major South Australian tourism destinations, such as the Barossa Valley, Fleurieu Peninsula and Kangaroo Island are within a short flight time.
A small section of our vast Adelaide Park Lands will be allocated for a dedicated commercial helipad. Council is now in the process of pursuing interest from the industry to determine the preferred operator or consortia for the helipad.

Project Information

We are proposing to lease a portion of the Adelaide Park Lands in Bonython Park/Tulya Wardli (section immediately west of Morphett Street Bridge), to allow the development of a Helipad. This will require fencing, car parking and supporting infrastructure that will be subject to development approval under the Development Act 1993 before proceeding.

Under the Local Government Act 1999, councils are required to formally undertake public consultation for a lease or licence over community land that is not provided for in the relevant community land management plan.

Read the Consultation PackView the Location PlanRead the Draft Lease AgreementRead the Environmental Impact ReportContact Staff for further enquiries
  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Submission Form (Proposed Helipad in Adelaide Park Lands)

    Feedback form closes at 5 pm, Tuesday 04 July 2017.

    You will be asked to login to your user account before providing your submission .

    It is Council’s policy that for a formal submission to be received it must include your name and residential address. Please ensure your user profile is up to date with your latest contact details.

    Formal submissions will be provided to Council and will be a publically available.

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    Feedback form closes at 5 pm, Tuesday 04 July 2017.

    You will be asked to login to your user account before providing your submission .

    It is Council’s policy that for a formal submission to be received it must include your name and residential address. Please ensure your user profile is up to date with your latest contact details.

    Formal submissions will be provided to Council and will be a publically available.

    To become a registered member of Your Say Adelaide, please click here. If you need some help on the registration process please read this handy guide here.

    Consultation has concluded.