Progress | Autumn 2018 edition
Vision for the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site
A vision has been developed for the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site that will propel South Australia as a leader in future industries.
Supporting small businesses
Local businesses and property owners within the Market to Riverbank Link will have an opportunity to access the Shopfront Improvement Grant Program which forms part of the investment to support local businesses and property owners who wish to make improvements to their commercial façades.
Tonsley powering ahead
Tonsley is continuing to grow and attract new businesses including the ProTom Asia Pacific Centre of Excellence for Proton Therapy, Australian Gas Infrastructure Group, Smith Brothers Group and Specialised Solutions, plus recognition through Flinders University’s New Venture Institute and a nomination in the 2018 Property Council of Australia/Rider Levett Bucknall Innovation and Excellence Awards.
Celebrating #IWD18 and our Prevention of Violence Against Women strategy
This year on International Women’s Day (IWD) we’re #PressingforProgress to improve workplace diversity, while continuing to work towards an end to violence against women with our Prevention of Violence Against Women strategy.
Works Program celebrates 10 years of success
Training and employment opportunities related to Renewal SA contracts have helped to deliver more than 1450 paid employment outcomes and 3900 training and work experience placements, through our Works Program, celebrating its tenth anniversary this year.
Winterfest 2018 partnership opportunities
Renewal SA is excited to announce the return of one of Port Adelaide’s most successful activations, and is now inviting new partners to support the second annual Winterfest.
A lotta love for our Urban Beach
Our Adelaide Riverbank demonstration project, Urban Beach, showed Adelaide has an appetite for short-term urban experiences for family, friends and visitors along the Adelaide Riverbank. More than 35,000 people experienced sand between their toes at Pinky Flat over two months, were you one of them? People enjoyed a variety of activities from volleyball, Popeye and the paddle boats, yoga and an outdoor cinema, and simply taking advantage of the beach environment within the city. Survey feedback was overwhelmingly positive with over 95% of surveyed visitors saying they would like to see Urban Beach return.