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Adelaide’s Hindley Street to Receive Extensive Upgrades

By Brett Pilgrim

Many renovations are currently underway in the West End precinct of Adelaide, and the Hindley Street project will soon join the overall effort to help this part of the city thrive. Construction will begin on September 23, and efforts will be made to reduce inconveniences for residents.

To make the area more friendly to residents and students, Hindley Street will receive wider walkways, granite stone pavement, aesthetic detailing and better lighting. Owners of real estate in Adelaide will be happy to hear about the development of Hindley Street, which will contribute to the overall liveability of the city.

The Hindley Street project will cost $4 million, and funding is coming from several institutions: the Commonwealth Government under the Livable Cities Program, the State Government, Adelaide City Council and University of South Australia.

In conjunction with the current construction of the Royal Adelaide Hospital, SA Health and Medical Research Institute and student learning centre, the upgrades to Hindley Street will bring new life to the West End precinct.

There will also be chances for retailers and business people to realise their goals and expand their interests into the West End, which will help modernise and refresh this part of the city. A greater number of entrepreneurs investing in property in Adelaide will likely boost the economy and provide community members with exciting new businesses in the area.

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