Waterloo Corner Road Renaming

Released on 02 May 2019
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Council has resolved to rename four specific portions of roads in the suburb of Waterloo Corner. The Northern Connector has resulted in these roads becoming no through roads or dead end roads. As a consequence, it is necessary to rename the portion of these roads to avoid confusion of access to properties, particularly for emergency services access.


Renamed roads 

  • Anjanto Road between Port Wakefield Road and the Northern Connector to be renamed Davey Road.
  • St Kilda Road between Port Wakefield Road and the Northern Connector to be renamed Dunn Road.
  • Undo Road between the Northern Connector and Robinson Road to be renamed Driver Road.
  • Summer Road between the Northern Connector and Robinson Road to be renamed Robinson Road.

A map of the affected section of roads is shown below. The new road names will take effect from 23 May 2019.

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Changes to Customer Property Addresses

Changes to Customer Property Addresses, and Name and Address Postal Address information, will be updated on Pathway the morning of the 23 May. After the update the property information will show the new property address details. Access to the old addresses will still be available until the end of June 2019. If you enter the old property address information it will automatically link to the new address. Please note all correspondence from Pathway will have the new address information if generated after the updates have been completed on 23 May.

Council has written to all statutory bodies to inform them of the changes, including Australia Post, Telstra and the Land Titles Office.   

All directly affected and indirectly affected property owners and occupiers have been consulted about the changes.


Google Maps

We have also advised Google Maps of the changes but it sometimes takes some time for the changes to be reflected in their system. The community may also report errors directly to Google Maps. This appears to be the most effective way for Google to make the changes on their system. Google instructions are copied below.

Tell Google Maps about an error

  1. On your computer, open Google Maps. Make sure you're signed in.
  2. In the top left, click Menu Menu and then Send feedback.
  3. In the window that pops up, choose the feedback you would like to give.
  4. Follow the instructions.
  5. Click Submit.

Note: changes sometimes take time to be updated on the map.

Any queries can be forwarded directly to Chris Zafiropoulos (Manager, Development Services) on 08 8406 8279 or CZafiropoulos@salisbury.sa.gov.au