Re: News & Discussion: Other Metropolitan Developments
Posted: Tue Oct 15, 2019 4:43 pm
I agree and the design is unique. More of what we have at Bowden, West or Findon would be cheap and boring.
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I'm glad the site had gone to a bigger developer. I'm excited to see what plans they come up with for this prime site!eKwatee wrote:Former Coke bottling site at Thebarton sold for housing & Commercial - Coca-Cola Amatil has sold its former Thebarton bottling plant in SA to be redeveloped for residential and commercial use.
Mixed-use development including the alterations and additions to an existing hotel, partial demolition, the construction of three (3) new levels above ground for short term tourist accommodation, ground floor gymnasium, associated altered vehicular access, car parking, and associated building work.
https://www.adelaidenow.com.au/business ... b30036d2bfNorth Haven Marina to get $40 million hotel with 130 rooms and conference facilities
The new owners of the former Crown Marina at North Haven are hoping to tap into the state’s $90 billion shipbuilding program as they unveil plans for a new $40 million waterfront hotel.The four-storey “international standard” hotel would overlook the North Haven marina basin, and include 130 rooms, conference and event space, a restaurant, bar, library, lounge and gym.A global tender is underway to secure an operator of the hotel, which is due to open in early 2023.
More than 60 homes would be built on a former market garden at Findon under plans before Charles Sturt Council.gnrc_louis wrote: ↑Sat Dec 14, 2019 11:52 amhttps://www.adelaidenow.com.au/subscrib ... de=premium
Anyone able to post this article?
Unfortunately, a new massive warehouse is currently being built on Kilkenny Road between Aroona Road and Port Road. That aside, I've thinking for a decade that this precinct is super ideal for a transit-oriented development - I even suggested it as an alternative (along with the industrial land at Seaton Park railway station) as viable alternatives to the controversial land swap at St Clair Reserve in Woodville.Llessur2002 wrote: ↑Tue Dec 24, 2019 11:05 amThe draft Mixed Use Development Plan Amendment for the former Biancos site next to Kilkenny Railway Station has now been approved for consultation by the Minister:
https://www.charlessturt.sa.gov.au/__da ... EKxRR-_CA8
The DPA proposes the following changes:
▪ Rezone the affected area from the Urban Employment Zone (and two Residential Character Zone properties) to the Suburban Activity Node Zone
▪ Provide additional policy amendments within the Suburban Activity Node Zone which addresses:
- Identification of Core and Transition area locations specific to Kilkenny
- Confirmation of desired maximum building heights of 5 storeys within the core area and 3 storeys within the transition areas
- Limiting building heights to 2 storeys within 9.5 metres of the Mundulla Street frontage (to respond to historic character interface)
- Limiting non-residential development from Mundulla Street frontage
- Identifying and differentiating maximum retail floor areas for the transition area from those applying to Seaton (already contained within the Suburban Activity Node Zone)
- Identification of desired activated frontages along David Terrace and Wilpena Terrace
- Identification of the O-I Glass plant, rail line and David Terrace as key noise sources from which residential development needs to mitigate impacts
- Identification of the presence of the Historic Conservation Area and local heritage place within the zone and the need for development to respond to these
- Provision of a public plaza adjacent the rail station
- Provision of pedestrian connections to Arkaba Road and MJ McInerney Reserve
- Ensuring development makes space for the Outer Harbor Greenway along the rail corridor.
▪ Application of the Noise and Air Emissions Overlay to the affected area
▪ Application of the Affordable Housing Overlay to the affected area
▪ Mapping amendments to reflect the zoning and Overlay application changes.