Revocation of classification of land as community land: Pirie Street Volleyball Courts

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Consultation has concluded.

View of Pirie Street Volleyball Courts from Pirie Street. You can see the fencing around the volleyball courts, which extends to the pavement on the south side of Pirie Street and the entrance to the courts with 'City Beach' written above it is clearly visible. Also visible in the background is a building with large 'PKF' signage.

Have your say on the proposal to revoke the Pirie Street Volleyball Courts land from the classification as community land for the purposes of its sale and redevelopment.


Project background and information

The land at 211-217 Pirie Street, Adelaide, known as the Pirie Street Volleyball Courts land, accommodates a beach volleyball facility and is owned by the Corporation of the City of Adelaide.

Council is proposing to offer the Pirie Street Volleyball Courts land for sale and redevelopment by way of an open expression of interest/ tender process. The sale of the land will enable a mixed-use development supporting catalytic investment within the City East precinct.

The Pirie Street Volleyball Courts land is classified as community land. Land that is community land cannot be disposed of (i.e. sold or transferred) unless it has been revoked from the classification as community land pursuant to Section 194 of the Act, which requires public consultation.

At a meeting on 15 December 2020, Council resolved to proceed with the process to revoke the Pirie Street Volleyball Courts land from its community land classification.

The sale of the Pirie Street Volleyball Courts land will require the relocation of the existing beach volleyball facility. The City of Adelaide will assist in a facilitation role to connect Volleyball SA with potential relocation opportunities.


See below for more consultation information:

Consultation Information PackProposal to revocate the Pirie Street Volleyball Courts as Community Land


Please click here to provide your submission.

Consultation is open from 26 February 2021 to 5pm, Monday, 29 March 2021.

Have your say on the proposal to revoke the Pirie Street Volleyball Courts land from the classification as community land for the purposes of its sale and redevelopment.


Project background and information

The land at 211-217 Pirie Street, Adelaide, known as the Pirie Street Volleyball Courts land, accommodates a beach volleyball facility and is owned by the Corporation of the City of Adelaide.

Council is proposing to offer the Pirie Street Volleyball Courts land for sale and redevelopment by way of an open expression of interest/ tender process. The sale of the land will enable a mixed-use development supporting catalytic investment within the City East precinct.

The Pirie Street Volleyball Courts land is classified as community land. Land that is community land cannot be disposed of (i.e. sold or transferred) unless it has been revoked from the classification as community land pursuant to Section 194 of the Act, which requires public consultation.

At a meeting on 15 December 2020, Council resolved to proceed with the process to revoke the Pirie Street Volleyball Courts land from its community land classification.

The sale of the Pirie Street Volleyball Courts land will require the relocation of the existing beach volleyball facility. The City of Adelaide will assist in a facilitation role to connect Volleyball SA with potential relocation opportunities.


See below for more consultation information:

Consultation Information PackProposal to revocate the Pirie Street Volleyball Courts as Community Land


Please click here to provide your submission.

Consultation is open from 26 February 2021 to 5pm, Monday, 29 March 2021.

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