Sale of State Government Owned Land at Gillman

Committee Details

Legislative Council Standing Orders
53rd Parliament 06/05/2014 - 17/02/2018

Committee Function

I. A Select Committee of the Legislative Council has been established to inquire into and report on the sale of State Government owned land at Gillman, with reference to -
(a) The State Government’s holding of State Government owned land at Gillman over time and the events that led to an agreement between the State Government and Adelaide Capital Partners in relation to State Government owned land at Gillman;
(b) The conduct, including public statements, of the State Government in respect of the agreement, and the decision not to offer the land for sale by open tender;
(c) The interaction between the State Government, including the Economic Development Board, Renewal SA and parties who identified an interest in land at Gillman;
(d) The involvement of lobbyists and other third parties in negotiations between the State Government and Adelaide Capital Partners;
(e) The role of Renewal SA, including Renewal SA Board members, in the sale of land at Gillman;
(f) The role of Renewal SA and other parties in the development of the “Gillman Master Plan”;
(g) The State Government valuation process regarding the subject land;
(h) Infrastructure planning undertaken by the State Government to support development at Gillman and surrounding areas;
(i) The sale of other State Government owned land at Gillman over the past 12 years;
(j) State Government policies and guidelines;
(k) Principles of good public sector practice; and
(l) Any other relevant matters.
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Acknowledgement of Country

The Parliament of South Australia acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the traditional owners of this country throughout Australia, and their connection to land and community. We pay our respect to them and their cultures and to the Elders both past and present.