Lot Fourteen is revitalising the seven-hectare former Royal Adelaide Hospital site into a State and Commonwealth government, and private sector mixed-use innovation precinct in the Adelaide CBD. The completed urban renewal and new capital development is estimated to generate $3.5 billion economic activity for South Australia, creating a platform to accelerate the economy and create jobs through innovation, entrepreneurship, research, education, culture and tourism.
Since 2018, the project has been meeting milestones to improve the precinct for all South Australians. The precinct is entering the next important and exciting growth stage of the $2.2 billion development.
The strong vision for Lot Fourteen means rapid precinct-shaping infrastructure development continues as Lot Fourteen grows, including construction of the Entrepreneur and Innovation Centre, the Aboriginal Art and Cultures Centre and new public spaces for the community to enjoy.
To read about development and construction progress download the latest edition of our community update.
Image: Lot Fourteen in April 2018, prior to major demolition commencing. Scroll down for a gallery of aerial progress images.
This video footage complied in April 2021 shows a snap shot of how the building demolition and site preparation is progressing across Lot Fourteen. We will be uploading our next progress video in October 2021.
Lot Fourteen aims to proactively manage development and construction work impacts and communicate important information about the project to our tenants, community members and neighbours while providing an open space for feedback.
To find out more about the Lot Fourteen project, or to be kept informed with development and construction updates, please contact the Stakeholder Engagement Team on 1300 336 678 or email email@example.com.
Image: Demolition progress of the Old RAH Residential Wing (August 2021).