Delivering an

inspiring

urban future

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Part of our role is to stimulate urban renewal by facilitating attractive investment options for the private sector.

We do this by creating planning certainty and identifying any significant infrastructure and site remediation risks to allow integrated and master planned developments to go ahead.

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The Riverbank will become a place where there is always something exciting happening – a place that will draw people to it because of its vibrancy and access to other exciting venues in the CBD.

With purpose, planning and commitment we will develop three distinct but overlapping precincts, bound together by the river, that will become powerful epicentres of life in this city that we love.

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The Glenside project involves 17.1 hectares of land for private development in the City of Burnside, just two kilometres south east of Adelaide's CBD.

The success of Glenside will be measured by delivery of diverse and innovative built form that demonstrates the benefits of medium to high density living, mixed use integration, high quality public spaces and effective community consultation .

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Our activities

Creating a vibrant city

Creating a vibrant city

Creating a vibrant city

Great cities are cities where residents have a sense of pride and confidence in their surroundings.

We want to make Adelaide a place which is alive with activity, where there are always things to do. An attractive and interesting place that doesn't close at 5 o'clock. A place we are all proud of.

The Vibrant City program is a state government priority aiming to achieve more people living, working, spending time and investing in Adelaide.

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Activating places

Activating places

Activating places

We put people at the centre of urban planning and design. Our projects revitalise communities by creating high quality shared open spaces and places that bring people together.

From community fun days at Playford Alive, to regular pop up food events at The Blue Hive on the Riverbank Promenade, we provide opportunities to celebrate the culture and heritage of our precincts.

But more than this, we demonstrate the potential of unused spaces that can be turned into venues and destinations that people enjoy.

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Supporting the state's strategy

Supporting the state's strategy

Supporting the state's strategy

Renewal SA is guided by The 30-Year Plan for Greater Adelaide to facilitate unique development opportunities for the private sector through access to government land holdings.

In support of other government priorities, we play a leading role in providing opportunities for industrial and commercial development on designated employment lands to support jobs growth and influence productivity and economic development.

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Engaging with our communities

Engaging with our communities

Engaging with our communities

We establish engagement, training and employment initiatives with project partners and stakeholders to deliver additional community and social inclusion benefits from our residential and industrial development activities.

Our work is about creating communities and we value the important contribution that people make in providing feedback and working with us to plan and deliver projects. We recognise that it is essential to engage with communities at all stages of our projects, from planning through to completion.

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Delivering affordable housing

Delivering affordable housing

Delivering affordable housing

Renewal SA is responsible for increasing the supply of housing that is affordable so that South Australians have opportunities to live where they want at a price they can afford.

We work with industry and local government to develop new ways and opportunities to support delivery of affordable housing, including private rental, home ownership and new social housing.

We also provide 'best practice' advice to industry on how to design for affordability and how to market affordable housing.

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