Public feedback on Rundle Mall plan
The new long-term vision for Adelaide's Rundle Mall is open for public feedback about how to maximise the commercial retail space.
Adelaide City Council and the Rundle Mall Management Authority (RMMA) launched the new Rundle Mall Masterplan for public review last week.
For the next month, residents are encouraged to give their feedback on the new design recommendations and proposals, which will include the facility's policies, structural improvements and management and governance of the commercial property.
The plans also include ideas for revitalising the surrounding area, including multi-level trading, better transport options and attracting new retailers and entertainment to the area.
According to Theo Maras, RMMA chairman, the new ideas will "deliver a renewed sense of confidence".
Members of the public can have their say on the draft Rundle Mall Masterplan until November 1 - shoppers and visitors will be able to learn more by using an interactive touchscreen at the Gawler Place canopy until the end of the month.
Public feedback will be incorporated into a presentation to the local council and the RMMA to be delivered later this year.
This information will then be used to create an approved masterplan and designers will begin work on the project. Construction is likely to get underway in 2012 and the project will be delivered in stages over several years.