Glandore Laneways


Marion Council is progressing the upgrade of a network of laneways in Glandore to make them safer for the community. Since our last update in October 2016 the progress has been:
  • Land transactions and building approvals for the widening of sections of the laneways have taken more time than anticipated and we thank you for your patience.
  • Building works are now underway and work on the remaining two properties will commence shortly.
  • We have also finalized the road construction plans, called for tenders and appointed T and J Contractors to complete this work.
  • Remaining building and civil works expected to commence in April and will be completed approximately July 2017.

To prepare for this next stage there will be a number of important steps we are undertaking to ensure construction stays on track:

  • Host a community information session where you can meet staff and the contractor to find out more
  • Arrange meetings on site with the contractor and residents to understand individual requirements
  • Arrange any temporary parking provisions needed by residents during the works

March 2017 City of Marion Project Update

Community Information ‘drop in’ session

We are hosting a Community Information 'drop in' session on Thursday 30 March 2017 at Glandore Community Centre between 5.30-6.30pm.

Drop it to talk with Council staff and T and J Contractors to find out more about the upcoming stages and to let us know about your individual requirements.

Historical Project Updates

Glandore Laneways - October update 2016

Please submit your question below if you would like more information

Alternatively you can contact the Glandore Project Team on 8375 6600 or email glandorelaneways@marion.sa.gov.au






Marion Council is progressing the upgrade of a network of laneways in Glandore to make them safer for the community. Since our last update in October 2016 the progress has been:
  • Land transactions and building approvals for the widening of sections of the laneways have taken more time than anticipated and we thank you for your patience.
  • Building works are now underway and work on the remaining two properties will commence shortly.
  • We have also finalized the road construction plans, called for tenders and appointed T and J Contractors to complete this work.
  • Remaining building and civil works expected to commence in April and will be completed approximately July 2017.

To prepare for this next stage there will be a number of important steps we are undertaking to ensure construction stays on track:

  • Host a community information session where you can meet staff and the contractor to find out more
  • Arrange meetings on site with the contractor and residents to understand individual requirements
  • Arrange any temporary parking provisions needed by residents during the works

March 2017 City of Marion Project Update

Community Information ‘drop in’ session

We are hosting a Community Information 'drop in' session on Thursday 30 March 2017 at Glandore Community Centre between 5.30-6.30pm.

Drop it to talk with Council staff and T and J Contractors to find out more about the upcoming stages and to let us know about your individual requirements.

Historical Project Updates

Glandore Laneways - October update 2016

Please submit your question below if you would like more information

Alternatively you can contact the Glandore Project Team on 8375 6600 or email glandorelaneways@marion.sa.gov.au





  • Your requirements

    To help us coordinate upcoming road works with the contractor and residents please tell us what we need to consider when working on the laneways near you.

    Please let us know about access requirements, security issues, fencing or building works or parking requirements.

    To help us coordinate upcoming road works with the contractor and residents please tell us what we need to consider when working on the laneways near you.

    Please let us know about access requirements, security issues, fencing or building works or parking requirements.

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