Nestled amongst the Adelaide Park Lands, Lot Fourteen is emerging as a visionary neighbourhood of global innovation, entrepreneurship, research collaboration, cultural activity, bold ideas and creative thinking. The former Royal Adelaide Hospital site is being transformed to create high-value jobs across technology driven industries and become the future location of the Entrepreneur and Innovation Centre and Aboriginal Art and Cultures Centre.
This walking tour will take delegates through the Lot Fourteen site and provide historical context, details of the current planning and construction process and insight to the future vision. This tour will be hosted by Renewal SA and include updates from Renewal SA and the City of Adelaide.
Meeting place is:
meet outside the Community Café, which is on the restored Sheridan Kiosk on North Terrace: https://www.communitynorthtce.com.au/
SA Young Planners: The “Tell All” Tale of Adelaide’s Laneway & Riverfront Transformation
Tuesday 25 May 2021
Networking to follow at a location to be confirmed
Join Urban Futurist and former Adelaide Lord Mayor, Stephen Yarwood, for a “behind the scenes walking tour” from the Adelaide Central Market to the River Torrens waterfront.
Today, many of Adelaide’s laneways have been transformed and are becoming the centre of the city, serving as important pedestrian links and meeting places. Similarly, the Torrens Riverfront is a place to be, with new developments and bars popping up overlooking the beautiful River Torrens and Adelaide Oval.
How did this happen and what went on behind the scenes? There are some great stories to tell, some surprising spaces to discover and there’ll be plenty of time to ask questions and network. Get social and join the physically distanced cheeky chinwag tour that will explore Adelaide’s renaissance period secrets.
HF Walkshop: A practical application of the Heart Foundations Healthy Active Ageing Checklist
Wednesday 26 May 2021
Walking can support great health outcomes. Walking, particularly for older people is an essential and safe way for people to get around. As other transport options drop away walking can help older people stay connected and engaged. Join the Heart Foundation as they undertake a practical application of the Healthy Active Ageing checklist, to observe and explore features within the built environment that aid or hinder a city to be age friendly. By addressing the considerations in the checklist, you will learn how we can create more walkable environments, which help older people to be more active longer.
Closing Social Function
Friday 28 May 2021
Astoria room and balcony, Astor Hotel, Adelaide
PIA Member $45 / Non-member $60 (inc. GST)
You are invited to join your fellow planning colleagues for a night on the town to celebrate the end of the PIA Planning Festival with drinks and canapes at a relaxed cocktail function in the Astoria function and balcony room at the Astor Hotel in the Adelaide CBD. It has been a long time between face to face social functions so we are very excited for you all to come along and mingle whilst adhering to the current COVID social distancing requirements of the venue. Numbers are limited, so don’t delay, book your place now and we look forward to seeing you on the night.