Who is funding the project?

    The development of the Integrated Strategic Asset Management Plan is being funded by the 9 metropolitan Councils that own or have care and control over the Linear Park, including:

    • City of Port Adelaide Enfield
    • City of Charles Sturt
    • City of West Torrens
    • Adelaide City Council
    • Town of Walkerville
    • City of Norwood, Payneham and St Peters
    • City of Campbelltown
    • City of Tea Tree Gully 
    • Adelaide Hills Council

    What outcomes are anticipated?

    The first step is to gain a better understanding of the overall condition of existing assets and facilities along the River Torrens Linear Park, in order to help prioritise future works and obtain funding over time.

    Research into potential development changes along the length of the Linear Park will also be undertaken.

    It will then be necessary to determine preferred minimum standards to be provided for future works, primarily to ensure that facilities meet future community expectations, but also to help develop some consistency in the quality of facilities along the length of the Linear Park.

    A draft Integrated Strategic Asset Management Plan will be prepared, for release later in 2016.