The City of Adelaide has worked collaboratively with stakeholders and considered the ideas and aspirations from Our Market District – the right ingredients for the future, being the subject of extensive stakeholder engagement, to develop the Vision for the site as well as the Redevelopment Objectives and Guiding Principles.
Community Land Classification
Public consultation on the proposal to revoke the Community Land classification of the Central Market Arcade land was held between 23 January and 10 March 2017. A total of 60 submissions were received during the public consultation period.
On Wednesday 26 April 2017, the City of Adelaide considered the submissions, including objections, to the community consultation. The Council report, including further information on the Community Land revocation, and a summary of submissions received can be viewed here.
Having considered the submissions, the City of Adelaide approved to proceed with the revocation of the Community Land classification of the Central Market Arcade land and submitted the proposal to the Minister for Planning for approval.
In June 2017, the Minister granted approval to the Community Land revocation for the Central Market Arcade land. On 8 August 2017, the City of Adelaide resolved to revoke the following parcels of land from the classification of Community Land:
Portion of 22-60 Gouger Street, Adelaide – Portion of Allotment 11 in Filed Plan 26448 described in Certificate of Title Volume 6118 Folio 750; and
Victoria Square Arcade, Adelaide – Allotment 91 in Filed Plan 212881 described in Certificate of Title Volume 6118 Folio 752.
During the Community Land revocation consultation feedback was also received on what people wanted to see in a future redevelopment of the Central Market Arcade. This feedback will be considered by the City of Adelaide as it progresses with the project. The City of Adelaide will also continue to engage with the community over the life of the project.Back to Top