Progress | Autumn 2019
Lot Fourteen home to space agency; Adelaide scores city deal
We have lift-off! Lot Fourteen has been announced as the new headquarters of the national space agency with a Memorandum of Understanding signed by Prime Minister Scott Morrison and South Australian Premier Steven Marshall, securing Adelaide’s City Deal.
South Australia, the centre for space start-ups and research
As part of the Adelaide City Deal, $12 million in funding has been allocated by the federal government for a Mission Control Centre to be located at Lot Fourteen, as well as a Space Discovery Centre.
Prepare for landing: global industries incentivised to come to South Australia
The wealth of opportunity for entrepreneurs in South Australia can no longer be denied, with the announcement of a $4 million investment for The South Australian Landing Pad.
SA’s satellite company Inovor lands at Lot Fourteen
Local satellite tech pioneers Inovor Technologies joins Lot Fourteen, consolidating the innovation neighbourhood’s reputation as Australia’s centre for the space industry.
$115m for Aboriginal art gallery and hospitality centre at Lot Fourteen
Funding of $85 million from the federal government will help achieve Premier Steven Marshall’s vision for Adelaide to become the home of Australia’s greatest Aboriginal art gallery, to be built at Lot Fourteen.
Works Program partnership with McMahon Services a smashing success
Another successful Works Program partnership, this time with SA’s family-owned McMahon Services at Lot Fourteen, has yielded the next generation of demolition technicians while supporting government traineeship targets.
Tonsley retail hub planning begins
A supermarket, speciality shops, cafés, restaurants and offices, set amongst extensive landscaping, is being planned for Tonsley Innovation District by Peet Limited, the developer of neighbouring Tonsley Village.
Ten thousand flock to inaugural Tonsley Open Day
The enthusiasm of the South Australian public for all things tech and Tonsley helped make the innovation district’s recent first open day an outstanding success, attended by an estimated 10,000 adults and children.
Planning for the future of Aldinga
Over 94 hectares of land in the suburb of Aldinga will be a focus of a Structure Plan which will give consideration to future urban development and infrastructure for Adelaide’s southern suburbs, including the provision for rail corridors, Main South Road duplication and a new school.
Urban Renewal Authority board membership boosted
Late last year we welcomed two new members to the Urban Renewal Authority Board of Management: accomplished and highly respected South Australian leaders, Jim McDowell and Con Tragakis.
Early works start on Norwood Green
Demolition works have started on the former Caroma site, Adelaide’s latest infill development, Norwood Green, located two kilometres east of the city’s fringe.