Stage 6 Development
Development Update January 2020
The next stage of development (Stage Six) will focus on integrating the northern boundary with the existing Centre and activating the Greenhill Road streetscape with new entries and shop fronts between Sydney Street and Portrush Road.
A key element of this stage is an exciting alfresco dining precinct, cinema, around 90 new specialty stores set over two levels and approximately 600 additional undercover car parks to enhance South Australia’s premier fashion, food, entertainment and dining destination.
Over the past few months since receiving development consent, we have been working on the next level of planning ahead of starting work onsite this year.
At this stage, we’re currently working to finalise the works program and in the coming weeks we will provide a further update on timings for the demolition and construction works.
From mid-late January we will be in a position to commence establishment of the worksite along Sydney Street and Portrush and Greenhill Roads.
This follows tenancies on the site being vacated or relocated within the Village over the past few months.
In the meantime, Burnside Village will continue trading as normal.
We remain committed to working with our neighbours and retailers to minimise the interruptions.
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Our development history
Since Burnside Village was established in the early 1970s, the Centre has expanded to meet the needs of its customers and community with a boutique retail offering amidst a distinctive village atmosphere.
We now have development consent for a Masterplan that would be delivered over two or more stages.
The Masterplan ensures Burnside Village continues as South Australia’s premier retail and lifestyle destination.
Late 1960s – Richard and Pat Cohen purchase bluestone cottage
1972 – Burnside Village opens with the Vine Mall building
1985 – First major expansion adding undercover car parking and Atrium Mall
1990 – Village Market opens with cafes and fresh food retailers
1992 – Village Pharmacy opens with adjoining tenancies
2009 – Refurbish amenities and install glass atrium throughout the malls
2011 – New Atrium Mall and fashion court opens
Early 2022 – Stage Six likely to open
Est 2025 – 2028 – Potentially deliver the proposed Stage Seven
Why is Burnside Village expanding?
We want to meet the changing needs of our community and to keep delivering a beautiful shopping environment for our customers.
The Stage 6 expansion on the land fronting Greenhill Rd will start in early 2020 will incorporate around 90 new speciality stores, cinema, restaurant precinct, approximately 600 new free undercover car parking spaces, consulting suites and new shopfronts facing Greenhill Rd along with an activated streetscape.
What new stores will be opening at Burnside Village?
We’re aiming to bring more specialty fashion, homewares, cafes, restaurants, a cinema, and leisure and business services to Burnside Village, along with more parking.
When will construction start?
The final construction program is currently being finalised.
However, in the coming weeks we will be in a position to commence establishment of the worksite which runs along Sydney Street and Portrush and Greenhill Roads.
When will the new expansion be open?
The Stage 6 expansion is expected to be complete in late 2021/early 2022.
Will all the current banking services continue to be available at Burnside Village?
All the banks that are remaining have already relocated to their new premises near Burnside Village.
What will be the impact of the expanded Village on local traffic?
Traffic modelling indicates a low impact on congestion as a direct consequence of the expansion. The expansion includes around 600 new car parking spaces and reconfigured vehicle entry and exit points to assist traffic flow.
Will the Village be operating as normal during construction works?
It will be business as usual at Burnside Village and we will continue to trade throughout the construction works. Any disruption to visitors or current retailers is expected to be minimal.
The development site is self-contained and therefore we’re able to operate the current Village as normal without any significant loss of access or parking.
What will access be like in and around the Village during construction works?
Current access to the Village and customer parking will remain largely intact during the construction works.
How can I find out more about what’s happening?
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