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Access & Inclusion Strategy - A City for all Citizens 2024-2028


The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters enjoys a reputation as one of Adelaide’s most desirable places to live, work and visit. With some 38,000 residents from diverse backgrounds and abilities, the Council recognises the need to be flexible, agile and responsive to the needs of our citizens and those who work, study or visit the City. 

Recognising the importance of family, communities, culture and ageing in place, the purpose of this Access & Inclusion Strategy (the Strategy) is to support citizens to live safely, healthy and connected lives within an accessible and inclusive community.

Draft Access & Inclusion Strategy

Have your say

Have your say on the draft actions of the Access & Inclusion Strategy 2023-2028 and help the Council understand whether the Plan reflects the needs and evolving aspirations of our people.

You can have your say in the following ways:

Online Survey: here 

Download a copy of the survey: here

Email your feedback to the Manager, Community Services

Alternatively, you can pick up a hard copy from Citizen Services at the Norwood Town Hall or one of our three libraries.

Consultation closes Monday, 8 April 2024 

About the Plan

This Strategy acknowledges and responds to the Council’s obligations under the:

  • Commonwealth Disability Discrimination Act (1993);
  • South Australian Equal Opportunity Act (1984);
  • South Australian Disability Inclusion Act (2018);
  • South Australian Disability Inclusion Plan – Inclusive SA; and
  • National Disability Strategy.

The Strategy will continue to provide guidance for future planning, decision making and resource allocation for the provision of services, programs and facilities for citizens across the life of the Strategy.


Rosanna Busolin
Manager, Community Services
T: 8366 4600