Magill Village Draft Master Plan

This consultation has concluded.

Burnside and Campbelltown City Councils have been working together on a project to preserve and enhance the natural beauty, community feel and business activity in the Magill area and you are invited to have your say on the draft Master Plan for the Magill Village.

The Master Plan will help the Councils realise a shared vision for Magill and achieve long term goals of improving the area for the community, government, business and education sectors.

The draft Master Plan and associated documents can be viewed at www.campbelltown.sa.gov.au/mvp or at the Campbelltown City Council Office or Campbelltown Library. Your feedback will be presented to both Campbelltown and Burnside City Councils early in 2014 prior to preparation of the final Master Plan.

You can provide feedback in one of the following ways:

Closes: 5 pm Friday 24 January 2014

Enquiries: Jodie Terp, Senior Planner Urban Policy, jterp@campbelltown.sa.gov.au or 8366 9287.


Burnside and Campbelltown City Councils have been working together on a project to preserve and enhance the natural beauty, community feel and business activity in the Magill area and you are invited to have your say on the draft Master Plan for the Magill Village.

The Master Plan will help the Councils realise a shared vision for Magill and achieve long term goals of improving the area for the community, government, business and education sectors.

The draft Master Plan and associated documents can be viewed at www.campbelltown.sa.gov.au/mvp or at the Campbelltown City Council Office or Campbelltown Library. Your feedback will be presented to both Campbelltown and Burnside City Councils early in 2014 prior to preparation of the final Master Plan.

You can provide feedback in one of the following ways:

Closes: 5 pm Friday 24 January 2014

Enquiries: Jodie Terp, Senior Planner Urban Policy, jterp@campbelltown.sa.gov.au or 8366 9287.


This consultation has concluded.
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    over 1 year ago

    The Magill Village Draft Master Plan engagement closed 24 January 2014. Burnside and Campbelltown City Councils have been working together on this project. In June 2012, the Federal Government, through the Liveable Cities Program, provided funding to both Councils, to work in conjunction with the University of South Australia, to develop a Master Plan for the Magill Urban Village precinct as a national model for best practice. COMPLETE Urban were also appointed to assist in the delivery of the Master Plan.

    The project has been structured into four distinctive phases:

    Phase 1 – Undertake research projects, led by the University... Continue reading

    The Magill Village Draft Master Plan engagement closed 24 January 2014. Burnside and Campbelltown City Councils have been working together on this project. In June 2012, the Federal Government, through the Liveable Cities Program, provided funding to both Councils, to work in conjunction with the University of South Australia, to develop a Master Plan for the Magill Urban Village precinct as a national model for best practice. COMPLETE Urban were also appointed to assist in the delivery of the Master Plan.

    The project has been structured into four distinctive phases:

    Phase 1 – Undertake research projects, led by the University of South Australia

    Phase 2 – Understand the context of the site and its history

    Phase 3 – Develop a Master Plan

    Phase 4 – Develop an implementation plan

    Phase 1 was delivered through the innovative Match Studio initiative of the University of South Australia. As part of the project, University of South Australia students worked with businesses in the area to assist them with practical support. It is envisaged that this support will continue well beyond the project as Council’s Staff will continue to work with the local businesses to build their capacity and contribute to improving the local economy.

    Phases 2 and 3 have now been completed; a Vision and set of Guiding Principles were developed and endorsed by both Campbelltown and Burnside Councils in March 2013. The Guiding Principles include:

    • Improve image
    • Enhance connections
    • Improve mobility
    • Build economy
    • Maximise redevelopment potential

    One of the major features of the Master Plan is to link both sides of Magill Road with a safer pedestrian link where traffic is slowed outside of peak times. This feature effectively creates a plaza space feel at one level through connecting the Pepper Street Gallery to the southern side of Magill Road near the Institute and highlights the opportunity to connect through to the University Campus.

    The final Master Plan has been adopted and the implementation plan is being developed. Responsibility for implementing the Magill Village Master Plan is split between both Councils. The precinct and its immediate environs represent a key development area for concentrated growth and intensified development under the State Government’s 30 Year Plan for Greater Adelaide.

    For more information visit the Campbelltown City Council website or contact Jodie Terp from Campbelltown City Council at jterp@campbelltown.sa.gov.au or 8366 9222.