Adelaide is one of the world’s most liveable cities and a region that’s ever evolving. It all began with an inspired vision for an urban grid with generous boulevards and thriving public squares. This vision lives on today, growing to complement our unique landscapes and make Adelaide the great place that it is.
In 2016, Greater Adelaide represents much more than just the CBD though, stretching from Victor Harbor in the south all the way to Kapunda in the north and beyond. Playing to our strengths, the city offers a gateway to internationally acclaimed food and wine producers.
The 30-Year Plan for Greater Adelaide (first prepared in 2010) describes our plan for how Adelaide should grow to become more liveable, competitive and sustainable.
Six years into the 30-Year Plan, it’s time to update these directions to respond to new challenges and opportunities. We will ensure Adelaide is a city that continues to inspire, excite and be a great place to live.
In preparing this Update, we have kept what is contemporary about the existing Plan and updated it where needed. It also incorporates much of what we have learnt from engaging in conversations with local councils, other government agencies and key industry and community stakeholders.
Living Adelaide is your guide to the Draft 30-Year Plan for Greater Adelaide 2016 Update.