The 30-Year Plan for Greater Adelaide
sets out the state government's vision up to 2036 for the growth and development of this most populated part of South Australia.
Greater Adelaide is made up of seven state government administrative regions and 27 councils, as well as the regional city of Murray Bridge. It is bordered by Victor Harbor and Goolwa in the south, the Barossa Valley in the north, the Gulf of St Vincent in the west, and the River Murray in the east.
The plan prepares for steady population growth of 560,000 people, construction of 258,000 additional dwellings, creation of 282,000 new jobs and economic growth of $128 billion. It outlines where people will live, where jobs will be located and where future transport and other infrastructure will be provided. It also describes how the city’s history, character and environmental heritage can be protected and how the risks and potential effects of climate change can be managed.
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