Shovels hit the soil for Church and John Street Revitalisation Project
Today, the City of Salisbury commences the next step in its City Centre revitalisation with an official sod turning event at 10am, marking the commencement of the $8 million Church and John Street Revitalisation Project with Mayor Gillian Aldridge OAM turning the first sod of soil to commemorate the project launch.
The revitalisation brings a fresh new vibrancy to the region, with meeting spaces, public artworks, greenery and a range of new experiences for visitors, shoppers, diners, and workers alike whilst still maintaining its strong community identity. Improved lighting and landscaping will add to an inviting, renewed pedestrian environment.
Construction will be done in a staged approach to minimise any impacts to local businesses on either Church or John Streets.
The City of Salisbury continues to engage with these businesses throughout the project keeping them informed of the construction progress, provide advance notice of any works nearby and assist with any specific impacts.
Local traders have been very supportive of the revitalisation and eagerly await the completion of the revitalisation project in late 2022.
City of Salisbury Mayor Gillian Aldridge OAM said the commencement of the construction process was an exciting and anticipated milestone for the project to enhance our City Centre.
This project forms part of the City of Salisbury’s City Plan 2035, aligning with Council’s Salisbury City Centre Renewal Strategy.
Outside Ideas, one of Adelaide's leading commercial civil construction and landscaping companies, is tasked with delivering the project.