Lot Fourteen

Lot Fourteen, on the site of the former Royal Adelaide Hospital, is being transformed into Australia's first innovation neighbourhood, where thousands of people will work, study and visit.

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Latest newsAbout Lot FourteenAt a glanceCreating our neighbourhoodCommunity consultationDevelopment Plan Amendment (DPA)Project progressJoin the neighbourhood

Latest news

EOI sought for Entrepreneur and Innovation Centre at Lot Fourteen

4 August 2020 in Lot Fourteen

Renewal SA, on behalf of the state government, is seeking proponents with demonstrated experience in successfully delivering complex and innovative projects to deliver a world-class …

Set the ball rolling on a career in demolition

24 July 2020 in The Works Training and Employment Program, Lot Fourteen

McMahon Services, in partnership with Renewal SA’s Works Program, is looking for motivated and committed South Australians to start a career as a Demolition Technician.

Stars of sustainability

12 June 2020 in Bowden, Tonsley, Lot Fourteen

These stars in Adelaide’s sustainability firmament make living and working kind for people and the planet through thoughtful design and delivery.

About Lot Fourteen

Backed by the South Australian government as well as federal and local governments, Lot Fourteen is one of the most exciting urban renewal projects in Australia and the centerpiece of the $550 million Adelaide City Deal investment.

Program of events and activities

At a glance

Creating our neighbourhood

The following documents provide a comprehensive overview of the current plans for the development of Lot Fourteen.

Community consultation

Through a series of engagement opportunities, Renewal SA has heard the thoughts and ideas of diverse stakeholders and communities in South Australia on how Lot Fourteen could be developed.

Development Plan Amendment (DPA)

Project progress

Watch the following video for a wrap up of the latest demolition works.

Renewal SA is overseeing the planning and physical redevelopment of the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site to create the Lot Fourteen innovation and ideas neighbourhood. This includes planning, demolition of obsolete buildings on the Lot Fourteen site, the refurbishment of heritage and historic buildings, landscaping, civil works and construction.

Renewal SA is targeting a 6-Star Green Star Communities Certification and is the first registered WELL Communities Pilot project in Australia, demonstrating that the project is leading the way in the development of communities that embody sustainability and a commitment to wellbeing.

As part of that commitment, all surplus equipment and various waste streams are being recycled. For example, surplus equipment and medical supplies which were not needed for the new Royal Adelaide Hospital were distributed to hospitals and other healthcare organisations in developing countries by Rotary Australia World Community Service.

Other examples of recycling include:

  • Bricks and concrete recycled for use as road surface
  • Ferrous metals (those that contain iron) in components such as steel beams, wall frames, concrete reinforcing, ducting, tanks and roof sheeting were separated to be melted down and recast as new products
  • Non-ferrous materials (made from metals that do not contain iron including aluminium, copper, lead, zinc tin, gold and silver)
  • Green waste recycled as mulch.

It is expected that in excess of 100,000 tonnes of material will be recycled by the time the hospital demolition program is complete.

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