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The purpose of this engagement was to understand how the remaining sections, specifically; Mann Terrace, Kingston Terrace East and the North Adelaide Golf Course could look and feel.
Our aim is to enlist the ideas of people who live, work, play and go to school in these areas to ensure that the trail fits in with the aspirations and culture of the community
Through workshops, people’s comments and ideas a series of simple drawings and exhibited at a ‘Trail Talk’ event on the corner of Mann Terrace and McKinnon Parade on 11 December 2013.
For the North Adelaide Golf Course section, the outcome included an innovative suggestion for a route to avoid most of the Golf Course but to incorporate the feeling of nature which most people had said was an important part of North Adelaide.
For the Mann Terrace section, it became clear that the unhindered conditions for cyclists meant that there was little need to remove most of the parking available – particularly if there were calming treatments for cars. A key issue raised was the crossing of Melbourne Street between the two parts of Mann Terrace.
Recent consultation with the community living in and around North Adelaide has informed the development of a series of plans to guide the implementation of the final stages of the Trail.
The purpose of this engagement was to share with you these
plans, which Council will look to implement over the next two to three years to
complete the Park Lands Trail.
Consultation has concluded