Our projects use the best in design and integrated planning to deliver connected and sustainable residential, industrial and mixed use communities.
The Adelaide Park Lands upgrade will link Adelaide's central business district and Adelaide Riverbank with Bowden and the parklands.
The upgrade is located along Park Terrace across from Bowden and is a collaboration between Adelaide City Council, City of Charles Sturt and Renewal SA.
The Felixstow Neighbourhood Renewal Project is part of the Renewing Our Streets and Suburbs initiative that will replace ageing South Australian Housing Trust housing with new homes, create better quality social housing, increase housing choice and affordability, and create jobs.Read More
The Glenside project involves releasing 16.5 hectares of surplus government 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.
Lochiel Park is 8 kilometres from the Adelaide Central Business District alongside the River Torrens in the suburb of Campbelltown.
The site has been transformed from a former education institution to model green village incorporating the best of sustainable technologies.
Lochiel Park serves as a model for other urban developments and plays an important role in educating the public and the property development industry about sustainable housing and land development.
Marina Adelaide at Largs North provides recreational boat users with a marina complex accommodating up to 175 berths, storage and service facilities, a ship lift and a public boat ramp.
Adjacent to the marina is the marine precinct which provides land to service this recreational boating sector, within close proximity to the Inner Harbor at Port Adelaide.
The Government of South Australia is renewing the streets and suburbs of Adelaide to ensure that our streets not only look and feel better, but are safer and more connected communities for those who live in them.
The Morphettville Neighbourhood Renewal Project will provide more diverse, higher density housing, with improved streets, lighting and open space, located in convenient proximity to transport corridors.
The Northern Lefevre Open Space Project, now complete, was initiated in 2010 with a state government commitment of $5.4 million to enhance the open space network.
Five sites were identified to undergo improvement works, including the Lady Ruthven Reserve, Mutton Cove Buffers and Failie Reserve.
The planning and design of the open space was done in conjunction with the Port Adelaide Enfield Council, relevant state government departments, representatives of the local community and other special interest groups.