Burnside is a firm favourite with those in search of property in Adelaide and its suburbs – and the local council is hoping this will continue for many years to come.
The federal government has set out a 30-year plan to accommodate new homes in the city, which will provide more options for anyone hoping to secure real estate in Adelaide and beyond.
Current estimates suggest an additional 56 homes will be constructed each year, some of which will be facilitated through naturally occurring growth.
Greenhill and Fullarton Roads have already been earmarked, but now the City of Burnside is looking for the input of local residents to decide where the other properties will be constructed.
"We want to achieve this target in a way that reinforces and enhances the unique characteristics that make the city such a great place to live, work and play," a council statement read.
It also emphasised the need to create opportunities for growth, while also ensuring the "unique characteristics" of the local area can be protected well into the future.
Residents are being asked to get in touch with any suggestions they might have – ward forums are being held and a Facebook page has been set up for people to write their comments.