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Seacliff Park Development Site

Consultation has concluded

The City of Marion together with the City of Holdfast Bay is currently working with developers to facilitate residential and commercial development in Seacliff Park.

The site has historically been used for quarrying, concrete manufacturing, domestic land fill, roof tile manufacturing and as a depot for a construction company. The dilapidated nature of buildings (now demolished) and other and issues associated with the site have been a major concern for residents in the area for many years. The land is located in both the City of Marion and the City of Holdfast Bay.

March 2018 update

Preliminary engagement with community has been undertaken and initial site investigations have been complete. Boral and the developer are working with each other towards agreement regarding the alignment and location of the new quarry access road. Council await an outcome on these negotiations.

The Minister has granted an extension of time to compete the DPA until 31 December 2018, which will include public consultation.

This can be a lengthy and complex process.

A visual representation of the process stages can be viewed here.

The City of Marion is committed to providing updates and advocating on behalf of our community. Our role is to act a regulator on certain matters and facilitate the planning process for the site.

The developers have agreed to act in good faith and will remove lopped trees and concrete as well as tidy up the section fence along Scholefield Road from the gate near the corner of Brighton Road to the corner of Newland Avenue.

It is important to note that they are under no obligation to do the work they are doing and we are continuing to advocate for our community to make this site a vibrant centre.

Please register to receive updates by sending an email to communityengagement@marion.sa.gov.au or calling us on (08) 8375 6600




The City of Marion together with the City of Holdfast Bay is currently working with developers to facilitate residential and commercial development in Seacliff Park.

The site has historically been used for quarrying, concrete manufacturing, domestic land fill, roof tile manufacturing and as a depot for a construction company. The dilapidated nature of buildings (now demolished) and other and issues associated with the site have been a major concern for residents in the area for many years. The land is located in both the City of Marion and the City of Holdfast Bay.

March 2018 update

Preliminary engagement with community has been undertaken and initial site investigations have been complete. Boral and the developer are working with each other towards agreement regarding the alignment and location of the new quarry access road. Council await an outcome on these negotiations.

The Minister has granted an extension of time to compete the DPA until 31 December 2018, which will include public consultation.

This can be a lengthy and complex process.

A visual representation of the process stages can be viewed here.

The City of Marion is committed to providing updates and advocating on behalf of our community. Our role is to act a regulator on certain matters and facilitate the planning process for the site.

The developers have agreed to act in good faith and will remove lopped trees and concrete as well as tidy up the section fence along Scholefield Road from the gate near the corner of Brighton Road to the corner of Newland Avenue.

It is important to note that they are under no obligation to do the work they are doing and we are continuing to advocate for our community to make this site a vibrant centre.

Please register to receive updates by sending an email to communityengagement@marion.sa.gov.au or calling us on (08) 8375 6600