Lot Fourteen, the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site is of great significance to many South Australians and is a location that inspires curiosity and discovery. As we plan for the future of the site and start creating an innovation and creation neighbourhood, we understand that people will want to be a part of this experience as the project unfolds and a new identity is realised.
With a unique mix of indoor and outdoor spaces, Lot Fourteen will be a destination like no other in the CBD, connecting with the streets, laneways and people that already make the East End one of the most interesting places in Adelaide.
Renewal SA is currently rolling out a curated program of placemaking activations across Lot Fourteen, bringing new life and experiences to the precinct. As demolition continues, new areas of the site will become available for future activations before redevelopment commences.
The transition from a hospital to an innovation and creation neighbourhood offers an opportunity for South Australians to innovate, collaborate and exhibit for the first time in this unique East End location.
If you are interested in activating any of the spaces currently available with a new creative idea, please read the Innovation Framework and Master Plan vision before using the form below. If you have any queries you can contact us on:
Meet the vision for Lot Fourteen, the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site
Are best suited to the site
Activate the site through a mix of uses; delivering public activation through a range of cultural, commercial and recreational uses at all times of the day and night throughout the year
Integrate with the wider East End precinct, support local business and traders and help deliver an economically viable neighbourhood
Demonstrate what’s possible and provide opportunities to strengthen and further the development of the community’s connection to the site
The Laneway transforms from a functional road and pedestrian path into a versatile activation space lined with large bud lit trees and encircled by the historic buildings of Lot Fourteen. Suited to public art exhibitions, light installations, live music and theatre and pop-up festivals.
Size: Approx. 500m2
Capacity: 50 - 500
Availability: From March 2019
For more information download The Laneway fact sheet.
This meeting space filled with natural light is adaptable to both formal meetings and informal workshops. With large windows overlooking a brightly coloured courtyard, the Mural Room also provides access to a shared kitchen and projection screen.
The mural art on the walls compliments this flexible and inviting meeting room.
Size: Approx. 85m²
Capacity: 20-50 people
Availability: Currently available
For more information download the Mural Room fact sheet.
This new meeting space filled with natural light is adaptable to both formal meetings and informal workshops. Located in the Margaret Graham Building, it is equipped with seating for 22 guests, state of the art equipment with a 70 inch touchscreen smart screen, video conferencing capabilities and complimentary GigCity wifi.
Original 22 seat boardroom table
State of the art equipment: 70 inch touchscreen smart screen, presentation enabled
Video conferencing enabled
Complimentary GigCity wifi
Availability: Currently available
For more information download The Vintage Boardroom factsheet.
If you’d prefer to catch public transport the site is easily accessible by bus with multiple stops nearby. A tram stop is located directly outside the site on North Terrace and is due to open soon. You can plan your journey at the Adelaide Metro website.
Submit your idea
Do you have a great idea for Lot Fourteen? Then we want to hear from you and help make your idea come to life. Fill in the form below with your idea (make sure you read the disclaimer below) and you’ll hear from our Place Team within 7 business days.
Renewal SA will update applicants on the status of their application within four weeks.
Spaces advertised are provided on an ‘as is’ basis, and Renewal SA is not required to undertake any works to improve the suitability of the space for applicant usage.
Lot Fourteen, the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site is an active project site, and demolition and construction activities may take place in the advertised areas available for hire from time to time. Renewal SA reserves the right to withdraw access or make every reasonable effort to offer alternative locations should confirmed external activations be affected by unexpected changes in the project schedule.
Renewal SA reserves the right to curate program activity on site, and decline activation requests at its discretion to ensure optimal balance and delivery quality of confirmed activities on site.
A detailed risk assessment accompanied by a copy of all relevant insurances will be required before site permit approval can be granted.
All decisions are at the discretion of Renewal SA and are final. No further correspondence will be entered into for unsuccessful applications.