Your View: Jetty Road Glenelg Masterplan

Consultation has concluded

Thanks everyone, Phase 1 of engagement, the start-up and listening stage has now concluded!

A summary report on the results of the first phase of engagement has now been completed and is located on this page under 'related documents'.

The feedback has been reviewed and is being used to develop draft concepts. These draft concepts will be presented in Phase 2 of engagement where we will seek further input from the community during July and August 2017.

What further opportunity do you have to be involved?

The Jetty Road Glenelg Masterplan aims to engage with all users that interact with Jetty Road. There is a high level of community consultation and engagement involved in creating a new plan for Jetty Road Glenelg. Our engagement has been broken down into three key steps:

  • Phase 1 - (19 March - 31 May 2017) Initial Engagement (concluded)
  • Phase 2 - (3 July - 14 August 2017) Engagement on Draft Concepts
  • Phase 3 - (Late 2017) Engagement on Draft Masterplan

What is the project about?

We are embarking on the developing a Masterplan for Jetty Road, Glenelg and we're seeking your views.

The Master Plan for Jetty Road Glenelg intends to establish a planning and design framework that will guide future works while maintaining the historical and distinctive character of the street. This includes the proposal of new interventions to enhance the street function and attractiveness as a destination.

Planning alone will not make Jetty Road ‘sing’. A commitment to community involvement and response will allow Jetty Road to become an even more active place of meaning and connection that contributes towards the cultural environment and economic life of Glenelg and to metropolitan Adelaide.

Thanks everyone, Phase 1 of engagement, the start-up and listening stage has now concluded!

A summary report on the results of the first phase of engagement has now been completed and is located on this page under 'related documents'.

The feedback has been reviewed and is being used to develop draft concepts. These draft concepts will be presented in Phase 2 of engagement where we will seek further input from the community during July and August 2017.

What further opportunity do you have to be involved?

The Jetty Road Glenelg Masterplan aims to engage with all users that interact with Jetty Road. There is a high level of community consultation and engagement involved in creating a new plan for Jetty Road Glenelg. Our engagement has been broken down into three key steps:

  • Phase 1 - (19 March - 31 May 2017) Initial Engagement (concluded)
  • Phase 2 - (3 July - 14 August 2017) Engagement on Draft Concepts
  • Phase 3 - (Late 2017) Engagement on Draft Masterplan

What is the project about?

We are embarking on the developing a Masterplan for Jetty Road, Glenelg and we're seeking your views.

The Master Plan for Jetty Road Glenelg intends to establish a planning and design framework that will guide future works while maintaining the historical and distinctive character of the street. This includes the proposal of new interventions to enhance the street function and attractiveness as a destination.

Planning alone will not make Jetty Road ‘sing’. A commitment to community involvement and response will allow Jetty Road to become an even more active place of meaning and connection that contributes towards the cultural environment and economic life of Glenelg and to metropolitan Adelaide.

Share Your View on Jetty Road Glenelg

3 months

Place a pin on the map to tell us:
  • Places along Jetty Road Glenelg you like and want to preserve
  • Suggestions for improvements to the street function and attractivness
  • Areas you don't like and why
Make sure to include comments to explain your points and upload photos too.

We value your comments and they will be taken into consideration as we develop the Draft Masterplan. 




Place a pin on the map to tell us:
  • Places along Jetty Road Glenelg you like and want to preserve
  • Suggestions for improvements to the street function and attractivness
  • Areas you don't like and why
Make sure to include comments to explain your points and upload photos too.

We value your comments and they will be taken into consideration as we develop the Draft Masterplan. 



CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded