Following a national tender and call for submissions, a consultant project team comprising of building and landscape architects, traffic management
experts and public art and heritage consultants have come together to build and deliver a vision for Rundle Mall’s future.
Taking a “place making” approach, the Rundle Mall Masterplan aims to positively influence the policies that affect the day to day management of the precinct as well as deliver a set of guiding principles for all future develop of the physical landscape and public realm.
Having suffered from a more ad-hoc approach to development in the past, the RMMA Board has supported this initiative as a masterplan will ensure that any future development on the Mall and the surrounding laneways is done within the context of a wider and well considered development plan.
Consultation remains key to the success of the project and retailers and business owners will soon be invited to attend a Rundle Mall Masterplan Forum where precinct businesses will have the opportunity to share their views on how the precinct could be further developed in the future.
Due for completion by early 2011, the main objective of the Rundle Mall Masterplan is to unite all stakeholders with a unified vision for the future development of the Rundle Mall precinct.