News & Discussion: Low/Mid-Rise CBD Development

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According to DPTI report, it's at 24.1 metres. Height limit is 53 metres in that zone

http://dpti.sa.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf ... elaide.pdf
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Yeah about the same height as Gallery i think? Decent little infill, given it was a stinking great big hole in the ground with a colourbond fence beforehand.
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Look like ART's neighbour is about to commence construction.
Type: Application Assessed on Merit
Application Number: DA/949/2013/1
Lodgement Date: 1/05/2014
Location: 246-252 Flinders Street, ADELAIDE SA 5000
Description: Demolish portion of existing buildings, divide the land to create a single allotment and construct 6 level residential building containing 24 apartments - (ZEN 1) - APPROVAL STAGE 2 - SUBSTRUCTURE WORKS
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Wow, this one reeks of character.

Seriously, could Adelaide have possibly hit an all-time low in effort when it comes to building proposals?
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In the renders it doesn't look as offensive, and remember it is Youth housing so don't expect anything fancy, im sure the budget is at a minimum.
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Dvious wrote: remember it is Youth housing so don't expect anything fancy, im sure the budget is at a minimum.
This. I remember some of the places I lived in in my youth, they were certainly nothing fancy!
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The corner of King William and Gilles Streets next to Wave is for sale. I wonder if we will see anything interesting pop up? :wink:
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Wondering what's happening behind 283? Wakefield Street, (opposite the Wakefield hospital), they have kept the heritage building but been demolishing a single story office building at the rear over the last couple of weeks and look set to start building something, Image
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Mellor Street development coming up quick.

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Dog wrote:Wondering what's happening behind 283? Wakefield Street, (opposite the Wakefield hospital), they have kept the heritage building but been demolishing a single story office building at the rear over the last couple of weeks and look set to start building something
Council DA/515/2013: Demolish existing freestanding building at rear of the site, use ground floor of existing building as office and first floor as consulting rooms, remove and replace the verandah and construct a 3 level attached building at the rear comprising of consulting rooms and office at first floor level and offices at second floor level, with carparking on ground level.
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Thanks Wayno :-) good to see the retention of the older building at the front of the block, I guess there is a need for consulting rooms being so close to the Wakefield Hospital.
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Recently lodged:
DA/338/2014 St Anns College
187 Brougham Place
NORTH ADELAIDE SA 5006
Construct 6 level student accommodation building incorporating roof garden and remove significant
tree.
13/05/2014 $4,000,000 Category 3 Non-complying
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Anyone know what is the longer term plan for the 91 Hutt street site, the two story red brick building was demolished several months ago and the site turned into a car park, I had thought I read last year the new Adelaide planning guidelines prohibited demolishing buildings for open air car park use? Or was I dreaming? Maybe this is just temporary and something will be built soon. Anyone know? Image
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Google search for '91 Hutt st adelaide council da' turned up this doc. 3 years old though: http://ncapps.adelaidecitycouncil.com/a ... _16DAP.pdf
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