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Watch this space as it is updated with our latest project and community engagement news.


Watch this space as it is updated with our latest project and community engagement news.


  • Your Say Adelaide Newsletter - February 2021

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    23 Feb 2021
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    We hope you've had a pleasant start to 2021 as we welcome you back to our online engagement space.


    LIVE PROJECTS

    Eighty Eight O'Connell - Information Sessions: Council will be holding two information sessions on 17 & 20 February where community will have the opportunity to be updated by Commercial & General about the development, intended timelines and next steps for Eighty Eight O'Connell. Due to COVID-19 requirements, bookings are essential. Click here to register to attend.

    East-West Bikeway: At its meeting on 15 December 2020, Council noted the proposed route of the East-West Bikeway along Franklin Street, Flinders Street, Gawler Place, Wakefield Street and Wakefield Road. Click here for more information and to have your say.


    UPCOMING PROJECT

    New Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan 2021-2024: We want to hear your ideas and opportunities for initiatives that could be incorporated in our New Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) 2021-2024. Opens Monday 08 February 2021.


    Thank you for being part of Your Say Adelaide. We look forward to receiving your input on our projects this year.


    Kind regards,

    Community Engagement Team

  • Newsflash: Eighty Eight O'Connell

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    16 Dec 2020
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    Council has selected Commercial & General Pty Ltd to develop and revitalise the site at 88 O’Connell Street, North Adelaide. Council has entered into a commercial arrangement with Commercial & General and have endorsed a design concept in their capacity as the owner of the land.

    Council held three information sessions in February 2021 where the community had the opportunity to be updated by Commercial & General about the development, intended timelines and next steps. Find out more and read the frequently asked questions on this page.

  • Newsflash: City Skate Park - October 2020

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    14 Oct 2020
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    Following extensive investigations at the proposed location of the City skate Park the concept design has now been completed and detailed design is currently underway. We are aiming for construction of the City Skate Park to begin at Gladys Elphick Park/Narnungga (Park 25) by the end of this year and be completed mid 2021. Click here for more information.

    Click here to view the full Concept Design Report. To view a 3D visualisation of the concept design please click on the link below:

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    Click here for previous project updates.

  • Newsflash: Quentin Kenihan Playspace

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    05 Aug 2020
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    The design is complete for the Quentin Kenihan Inclusive Playspace in Rymill Park / Murlawirrapurka. The playspace will be a safe environment for children of all abilities to enjoy. Construction will start in August 2020 and is expected to finish by December 2020.

    The play equipment includes a wheelchair trampoline, sound and sensory garden, water play, swings and a carousel.

    Other features include:

    • accessible toilets and a changing Place
    • accessible paths
    • barbecues, shelter and seats
    • fully fenced playspace


    View the concept design report for more detail.

    View the Easy English concept design here.

    Click here for the Quentin Kenihan design-on-one-page concept design.


    The playspace was developed by WAX design, with ideas and feedback from the community, members of the City of Adelaide’s Access and Inclusion Panel and friends and family of Quentin Kenihan.

    View a summary of the community consultation.