An exciting new era begins for our City Centre.
The City of Salisbury is a flourishing city that offers opportunity for all – a place that is vibrant, alive and proud. Salisbury is at the centre of South Australia’s economy, as the fourth largest economy in the State and a hub for innovation and, business.
Over the coming years the Salisbury City Centre will be undergoing an ambitious and exciting renewal program transforming into a vibrant and modern precinct.
An exciting program of investment will expand and energise the Salisbury City Centre with new businesses, shops, homes, community facilities, green spaces and transport will revitalise our growing and exciting City Centre.
The renewal includes redevelopment of the Salisbury Oval Precinct. Council’s vision is to breathe new life into the area and develop it as an integrated recreation and residential precinct including new parks and upgraded sporting and recreation facilities. Click to download the Masterplan.
Another significant element of the Renewal is the provision of new Community Hub, which will be a place for the community to come together to exchange ideas, learn, participate and celebrate in a range of flexible community spaces.
The Salisbury City Centre Renewal will be transforming the City Centre into a vibrant and modern precinct and a place for all to experience and enjoy.
In 2011 the City of Salisbury embarked on an 18 month project to develop a structure plan and revitalisation strategy. The project resulted in a road map for creating a major activity centre at the Salisbury City Centre so that it will be an exciting and vibrant place where people live, work, shop and visit. The plan also identified key actions to trigger redevelopment and stimulate investment.
The Salisbury City Centre Renewal Strategy (2012) (click to view) was based on the 30 Year Plan for Greater Adelaide and Salisbury Council’s City Plan ‘Sustainable Futures’.
The strategy details how the Salisbury City Centre will become a dynamic place where housing, jobs, shopping, services and transport all comes together in one compact location.
The directions in the strategy have been reinforced in the Council’s City Plan 2030, and provided with more detail through the Salisbury City Centre Urban Design Framework (2016). Click to download the Urban Design Framework.
Salisbury City Centre Achievements to date.