Stirling Village Mainstreet Concept

The Stirling Village Mainstreet Concept Plan for Adelaide Hills Council provides a robust planning framework that will guide, maintain and encourage development within Stirling. The concept plan builds in depth analysis, extensive community engagment, and detailed design principles and recommends that consider a fine grain planning approach that recognises the unique character of Stirling.

Based on four precincts, the concept plan illustrates potential actions that explore the future of Stirling. The precincts aim to reinforce the unique character of the village while responding to existing built form and landscape characters.

The concept plan does not advocate wholesale change of the village, rather a progressive, responsive and measured approach to development. This approach aims to be contextual, visionary, and meet the current demands for the ‘preservation of the village’ while delivering the ‘potential for development’.


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  • Location: Stirling, SA
  • Project: Design Framework
  • Client: Adelaide Hills Council
  • Completion: 2019
  • Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Country: Peramangk