Living Streets Pilot Program

Consultation has concluded

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.

  • The City of Unley is seeking your feedback on the proposed design for your street, as a result of the co-design session held on the 15 May at the Goodwood Community Centre
    Please submit your feedback and indicate your support with a response. Residents from each street worked together with their neighbours to identify opportunities for change and develop new design ideas, rethinking how we value our streets.

    Please refer to the online forum tab for more information of the key ideas for each street.  

    The City of Unley is seeking your feedback on the proposed design for your street, as a result of the co-design session held on the 15 May at the Goodwood Community Centre
    Please submit your feedback and indicate your support with a response. Residents from each street worked together with their neighbours to identify opportunities for change and develop new design ideas, rethinking how we value our streets.

    Please refer to the online forum tab for more information of the key ideas for each street.  

    Consultation has concluded
  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.
    We are seeking your comments and feedback online by Friday 1 March. You can complete the online survey to share your thoughts on we can design our streets better to improve their safety, amenity and encourage greater use by all. 

    From the level of community support and assessment of most beneficial outcome for the neighbourhood, up to 2 of the 9 streets will be further developed with affected local residents. The final designs will then be put forward for Council consideration and are dependent on the expected cost and greater benefit for community. 

    We are seeking your comments and feedback online by Friday 1 March. You can complete the online survey to share your thoughts on we can design our streets better to improve their safety, amenity and encourage greater use by all. 

    From the level of community support and assessment of most beneficial outcome for the neighbourhood, up to 2 of the 9 streets will be further developed with affected local residents. The final designs will then be put forward for Council consideration and are dependent on the expected cost and greater benefit for community. 

    Consultation has concluded