Flinders Greenway | May 2020 consultation

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The City of Marion, in partnership with Renewal SA, is planning for implementation of a new Greenway in the 20/21 financial year. The project has been funded by Council, Renewal SA and Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure and will see the delivery of a shared use path and associated landscaping to enhance accessibility, amenity and use of active modes of transportation within, as well as to and from the precinct.

The proposed Greenway will provide safe, high quality walking and cycling links between two of the southern region’s economic hubs: The Tonsley Innovation District and the Flinders Hub.

Community Engagement Feedback | August 2020

During May 2020 we asked you to provide us with feedback on the Birch Crescent Streetscape.

Please review a copy of our Community Engagement report here that includes all the comments and feedback we received.

We had 79 people complete the survey and we are currently reviewing comments with our project and design team.

We also had

  • 940 people visited the Making Marion page
  • 1176 properties notified by letterbox drop
  • 249 people were notified as subscriber’s to DPTI’s Flinders’ Link mailing list
  • 772 people notified by Tonsley (Renewal SA) EDM
  • 2 Facebook posts about the project had 1364 people viewing the page and a second post which received 2450 views.

We thank those who participated. Here you can:

Consultation on the Birch Crescent Streetscape closed on Friday 5 June 2020.

City of Marion | communityengagement@marion.sa.gov.au

The City of Marion, in partnership with Renewal SA, is planning for implementation of a new Greenway in the 20/21 financial year. The project has been funded by Council, Renewal SA and Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure and will see the delivery of a shared use path and associated landscaping to enhance accessibility, amenity and use of active modes of transportation within, as well as to and from the precinct.

The proposed Greenway will provide safe, high quality walking and cycling links between two of the southern region’s economic hubs: The Tonsley Innovation District and the Flinders Hub.

Community Engagement Feedback | August 2020

During May 2020 we asked you to provide us with feedback on the Birch Crescent Streetscape.

Please review a copy of our Community Engagement report here that includes all the comments and feedback we received.

We had 79 people complete the survey and we are currently reviewing comments with our project and design team.

We also had

  • 940 people visited the Making Marion page
  • 1176 properties notified by letterbox drop
  • 249 people were notified as subscriber’s to DPTI’s Flinders’ Link mailing list
  • 772 people notified by Tonsley (Renewal SA) EDM
  • 2 Facebook posts about the project had 1364 people viewing the page and a second post which received 2450 views.

We thank those who participated. Here you can:

Consultation on the Birch Crescent Streetscape closed on Friday 5 June 2020.

City of Marion | communityengagement@marion.sa.gov.au

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.


    The proposed Flinders Greenway will be integrated with Birch Crescent which will become a southern connector to the Tonsley Innovation District and the Sturt River Linear Park. 

    The Birch Crescent streetscape will also provide improved amenity, lighting, shared use path and water sensitive urban design. Wayfinding and public art will be integrated in the project, enhancing the overall aesthetic and sense of place.



    Consultation has concluded
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