Starfish Developments given subdivision approval for Port Adelaide residential project

Starfish Developments given subdivision approval for Port Adelaide residential project
Starfish Developments given subdivision approval for Port Adelaide residential project

The South Australia State Commission Assessment Panel (SCAP) has given its approval for Starfish Development’s land subdivision application for Dock One.

It forms the first phase of the project, comprising townhouses and apartments.

Starfish is billed as the first developer to reach this stage in the re-invigoration of Port Adelaide.

Starfish managing director Damon Nagel said the plans envisaged a reduced number of cars, turning the main street through the centre of the development allowing a lineal park and communal garden.

It has opted to retain the former Marine and Harbours building for residential and commercial use, along with the old Customs House.

Remediation and early earthworks have already begun on site and scheduled to be completed by the end of the year when Starfish plans to release the townhouses and apartments onto the market.

Work on roads and other infrastructure is expected to commence early next year, before construction on the townhouses in the second quarter.

The new train link to Dock One will give access to the city centre.

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