CEDAR Woods has released a new concept plan for its $160 million housing development on the Port Adelaide waterfront.
The Australian developer is planning to build about 500 new homes – a mix of two and three-storey townhouses and low-rise apartments – at precincts known as Fletcher’s Slip and North West on the corner of the Causeway and Semaphore Rd, overlooking the Port River.
Cedar Woods provided Port Adelaide Enfield Council with a concept plan for the site’s redevelopment to help the council assess the proposal before it goes to the main planning authority, the State Commission Assessment Panel.
The plan outlines design matters, including such features as pedestrian access to Glanville railway station, which will eventually be revamped.
Among other design elements are a public promenade, park and plaza, a new road connecting Wirra Drive to Semaphore Rd, open space, views of the Port River, stormwater infrastructure and reuse of heritage-listed buildings.
A Cedar Woods spokesman said the developer had already received approval for initial site works.
“We’re expecting to start work onsite soon,” the spokesman said.
“Plans for the development’s super lots have been lodged and will be assessed in the coming weeks.”