It won’t be on until 2022, but that’s when ICHM will make the move to Lot Fourteen, a creation and innovation neighbourhood in the heart of the city.
South Australia’s Premier Steven Marshall has big plans for Lot Fourteen, which he describes as, ‘a high-profile inner-city site that could, if you will, capture the ambition that we have for the state’.
Once completed, Lot Fourteen will be home to some of the world’s fastest growing industries like artificial intelligence, cyber security, smart sensor networks, robotics, big data, defence and space technologies, plus media and creative industries.
Already marked for the site are: start-up incubator and accelerator FIXE@Lot Fourteen; the Australian Space Agency, including Mission Control and the Space Discovery Centre; the Institute for Machine Learning; the Aboriginal Art and Culture Gallery; and the International Centre for Tourism, Hospitality and Food Industries.
And that’s where ICHM comes in, adding an increase in the number of interstate and international students to the innovative and creative mix.
It is a project that will profoundly redefine the city, and the Premier says, the state.
Lot Fourteen, a project of Renewal SA, is the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site covering approximately seven hectares on the north-eastern edge of the city of Adelaide.
A Scoping Study now underway will consider options for the South Australian Government to deliver the Centre.
For more information can visit the Renewal SA: https://renewalsa.sa.gov.au/115m-for-aboriginal-art-gallery-hospitality-centre-at-lot-fourteen/