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New developments to boost housing supply

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Staff Reporters

10 June 2024, 9:00 PM

New developments to boost housing supply

The 2024-25 state budget allocated $150 million to develop two parcels of vacant land at Port Noarlunga and Noarlunga Downs. 


The area is approximately 22.8 hectares to the east and west of Lovelock Drive, adjacent to the South Adelaide Football Club.

 

The project will deliver around 626 new homes – including 80 new SA Housing Authority homes, 15 per cent affordable housing and a minimum of 12.5 per cent new public open space. 


The affordable homes will be a mix of apartments and townhouses.

 

Community engagement will begin next month with construction expected to begin in early 2026. 


The first residents are due to move in early in 2027.

 

Renewal SA and SA Housing Authority are working with the private sector, community housing providers and the federal government for partnership and funding opportunities to deliver the project.

 

Premier Peter Malinauskas says the developments will offer significant new public, social, affordable and market housing, injecting much needed supply into the market.

 

“For thirty years state governments have been cutting the number of public homes. We are turning that around.

 

“We know housing is a key concern, and we will have more to say on this when we deliver our housing roadmap later this month.”

   

Planning Minister Nick Champion says the project will turn an empty paddock into important housing stock to deliver a better outcome for the local community. 

 





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