Living Streets Pilot Program

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Living Streets Pilot Program is your opportunity to help make your street safer and greener and bring back local streets.

Council hosted a Co-Design Workshop Session with 3 streets on Wednesday 15th May at the Goodwood Community Centre .

  • Norman Terrace
  • Maud Street
  • Richards Terrace

Feedback on the Co-Design Ideas are available via the survey over the next 3 weeks till Monday 24 June.

City of Unley is taking a new approach to bring back our local streets. Creating more innovative open recreational space in non-traditional places and encouraging spaces for people to play and exercise into their daily routines.

There was a time when it was possible to gather with friends, play and meet with your neighbours safely on your local street without feeling vulnerable to traffic. Today, our neighbourhoods are increasingly made up of families as well as retired couples. However, our street no longer provide the common ground for communities, as car dominance outweighs the quality of local places. The Living Street Pilot Program’ is an important tool for the Council to work with local communities to create safer and more enjoyable local street outside their front door.

Your contribution will be considered by Council during the planning process.

Living Streets Pilot Program is your opportunity to help make your street safer and greener and bring back local streets.

Council hosted a Co-Design Workshop Session with 3 streets on Wednesday 15th May at the Goodwood Community Centre .

  • Norman Terrace
  • Maud Street
  • Richards Terrace

Feedback on the Co-Design Ideas are available via the survey over the next 3 weeks till Monday 24 June.

City of Unley is taking a new approach to bring back our local streets. Creating more innovative open recreational space in non-traditional places and encouraging spaces for people to play and exercise into their daily routines.

There was a time when it was possible to gather with friends, play and meet with your neighbours safely on your local street without feeling vulnerable to traffic. Today, our neighbourhoods are increasingly made up of families as well as retired couples. However, our street no longer provide the common ground for communities, as car dominance outweighs the quality of local places. The Living Street Pilot Program’ is an important tool for the Council to work with local communities to create safer and more enjoyable local street outside their front door.

Your contribution will be considered by Council during the planning process.

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    This space is for discussion of the Co-Design Workshop held on the 15th of May. 

    If you were unable to make it on the night - Please leave any comments about the following 3 streets below: 

    Maud Street/Norman Terrace/ Richards Terrace

    A workshop will be held for interested residents to participate in the ‘Co-Design’ of their local street. Council design staff will be available to assist residents to make their street safer, greener and more accessible. From the workshop, concepts will be finalised for community review, with a preferred design to be selected. The final design may be considered for...

    This space is for discussion of the Co-Design Workshop held on the 15th of May. 

    If you were unable to make it on the night - Please leave any comments about the following 3 streets below: 

    Maud Street/Norman Terrace/ Richards Terrace

    A workshop will be held for interested residents to participate in the ‘Co-Design’ of their local street. Council design staff will be available to assist residents to make their street safer, greener and more accessible. From the workshop, concepts will be finalised for community review, with a preferred design to be selected. The final design may be considered for construction in the 2019/20 Financial Year.