What about Transport and Parking around Adelaide Oval?

It is important that transport and parking are managed around Tarntanya Wama (Park 26), especially on event days.  Car parking on grassed areas surrounding Adelaide Oval in association with events at Adelaide Oval is limited to the Northern Hill and Adelaide Oval number 2. This provision is consistent with the current CLMP.

The Act requires the Minister to prepare a Public Transport Plan and you may be interested to see the Stadium Management Authority’s Transport Plan at:

http://www.adelaideoval.com.au/venues/getting-there.aspx

Council’s Parking Plan can be found on Council’s website:

http://www.adelaidecitycouncil.com/ 




What about areas of the Park apart from Adelaide Oval?

The CLMP covers more than just the Adelaide Oval area and surrounds - it also covers Elder Park, Pinky Flat and Light’s Vision.  Some of the other specific changes in the CLMP are outlined above, such as the inclusion of the War Memorial Oak in Creswell Gardens as a State Heritage Place.

Pinky Flat, alongside the River Torrens, has traditionally been used for parking during events.  Council has been keen to phase this use out and has now made it clear in the CLMP that no more parking will be permitted in this part of the Park Lands. 

The new pedestrian bridge over the Torrens integrates Adelaide Oval with the City.  This bridge will be owned and managed by Council.




What is the timeline for consultation & what happens next?

Public consultation on the CLMP commences on Friday 14 February and concludes on Friday 14 March.  At the conclusion of consultation, the consultation findings will be reported to the Adelaide Park Lands Authority and to Council. 

Council will also present the findings of consultation to the Minister for Transport & Infrastructure and the Minister for Sustainability, Environment & Conservation so that the CLMP can be finalised collaboratively.




What is the role of this CLMP if the area is already managed by the Adelaide Oval Redevelopment and Management Act 2011?

The Act states that use of the Licence Area (shown above) is according to the licence and the CLMP, but that the Core Area (the Oval itself) will be managed according to the lease.  It is therefore important to have the CLMP finalised to provide clear direction for the future for the Licence Area as well as the balance of Tarntanya Wama (Park 26).




Why was the Plan for this Park completed later than the Adelaide Park Lands Community Land Management Plan for other Parks managed by Council in the Park Lands?

Review of the Adelaide Park Lands Community Land Management Plan (CLMP) was completed by Council last year.  The CLMP covering Tarntanya Wama (Park 26) was unable to be incorporated then due to the requirements of the Adelaide Oval Redevelopment and Management Act 2011.  The review was driven by the need to update the CLMP to reflect the Act. 




How does the Plan address the requirements of Adelaide Oval while safeguarding the interests of the Park Lands?

The section of the CLMP which covers the Licence Area is grouped together in one section for ease of reference.  The CLMP completed in 2009 was a visionary document and references to the Adelaide Park Lands Management Strategy remain relevant.  The Act directs that the Licence Area must be managed in a manner that seeks to protect and enhance the area as Park Lands. 




Why doesn’t the Plan include the Riverbank Master Plan?

The Riverbank Master Plan is the responsibility of the State Government and is still being prepared.  Once the Master Plan is completed, it will be incorporated into the CLMP subject to all consultation and other requirements.




How do I provide my feedback?

There are a number of ways in which you can provide feedback:

Submission Form
Complete the Submission Form which forms part of this document. 

As there is a legislative requirement to consult on this CLMP, you are required to include your name and residential address.

Online/ WebsiteCouncil has a dedicated website that provides an opportunity for quick and efficient online feedback.

Visit yoursay.adelaidecitycouncil.com for information about the project and online ways to provide your comments. Alternatively comments can be emailed to yoursay@adelaidecitycouncil.com

Written SubmissionsAll written submissions must be received by 5.00 pm on Friday 14 March 2014 and should be addressed to:

Community Consultation
Tarntanya Wama (Park 26) CLMP
GPO Box 2252, Adelaide SA 5001




What happens to my feedback?

At the conclusion of consultation, the consultation findings will be reported to the Adelaide Park Lands Authority and to Adelaide City Council. 

Council will also present the findings of consultation to the Minister for Transport & Infrastructure and the Minister for Sustainability, Environment & Conservation so that the CLMP can be finalised collaboratively.




How do I know my submission has been received?

All submissions will be acknowledged either by email or in writing so that you know your comment has been received.




Who do I contact for more information?

David Boughey

Senior Project Manager

Tel: 8203 7741

D.Boughey@adelaidecitycouncil.com