The City of Unley is active in promoting, encouraging and supporting business within the area. An eclectic mix of professional services, retail, cafes and dining experiences, make the City of Unley a great place to do business.
The City of Unley region is a higher socio-economic area (higher income, lower unemployment) with 25.9% of households earning more than $2500 per week and 11.4% of individuals earn $2000 or more per week compared to 13.5% and 4.4% respectively for Greater Adelaide.
These factors, combined with the wide variety of Mainstreet buildings and floor space options available on our 5 Mainstreet Precincts, you will be sure to find the perfect location for your business to succeed!
For current commercial leasing opportunities, visit the following real estate websites:
FYE is Unley’s award winning digital platform that supports our “bricks and mortar” businesses, the heart of the shopping precincts of Unley.
In our commitment to support local businesses, the City of Unley is now part of the Small Business Friendly Council Initiative, a program of the Office of the Small Business Commissioner that is specifically designed to assist with fostering relationships with and supporting small business.
We recognise that small business owners and operators create local employment, provide essential goods and services and help create attractive, liveable communities. We are excited to be a part of this program as we commit through a Charter Agreement to support small businesses by adopting eight initiatives that drive local economic development.
For more information about the Small Business Friendly Council Initiative visit the Office of the Small Business Commissioner website.
To discuss how we can assist your business, please contact a member of our Economic Development team on 8372 5427.
Mainstreet Trader Associations are available to help assist potential and existing businesses operating in our mainstreets.
After all, Unley is known as a destination for all types of business, and as part of that, the Trader Associations are the strength behind their precincts.
The Unley Business Breakfast series is a joint initiative of the Hyde Park Rotary Club, Business SA and the City of Unley.
Over a hot breakfast in the Unley Town Hall, hear guest speakers provide tips to help you and your business succeed, and make new connections with like-minded business people.
The breakfasts are held six times each year. Upcoming breakfasts will be listed on this page, please book early to reserve your place.
Now more than ever, there is a need for the Australian business community to lower its exposure to energy pricing impacts and shift their focus to more efficient and sustainable operations.
If you are an office-based business looking to reduce carbon emissions and improve business performance through sustainability practices and technologies then CitySwitch is for you.
CitySwitch from City of Adelaide on Vimeo.
To become a CitySwitch Green Office signatory, organisations are required to commit to:
Contact the Greater Metro Program Manager for CitySwitch on 03 9658 7821 email firstname.lastname@example.org
Age Friendly means people of all ages can live healthy and independent lives for as long as possible and participate in the community as they grow older. Age Friendly initiatives benefit children, parents and younger people with disabilities, whilst recognising the specific needs of older people.
NBN Installation in the Unley area
Installation of infrastructure for the nbn™ will commence in the Unley area from early August 2017. Work will include installing cables and the installation of nodes and pillars on footpaths and verges. All care will be taken to minimise disruption during construction. If you have any feedback or questions regarding this work please contact the nbn™ on 1800 687 626 or email email@example.com
The nbn™ network will give us all the opportunity to do more. Whether working or playing, learning, or just having fun, the nbn™ network will be a part of everyday life for decades to come. And now it’s on your doorstep.
The network rollout is detailed in nbn’s 3-year rollout plan, released in October 2015. Visit the NBN website to check your address and find out when the nbn™ is coming to you, or to register with nbn and receive updates.
Australia's digital economy demands a fast and reliable network.
Enabling access to new markets, creating opportunity to reduce costs and drive innovation, as well as gaining competitive edge on the global stage. The nbn™ network is Australia’s new landline phone and internet network, designed to support future economic and social growth.
Here’s how to move to the nbn™ network:
Switching to the nbn™ network isn’t automatic. So when the network is available to you, here’s what you need to do:
For more information visit the nbn webpage or call nbn on 1800 687 626 9am-5pm, AEST Monday to Friday.
The City of Unley has partnered with Telstra to provide 19 WiFi points strategically placed along King William Road and Unley Road.
Locals, visitors and businesses now have free access to fast and reliable internet, for 30 minutes per device per day for free, via their smart phones, tablets and laptops.
The WiFi range is approximately 50m in each direction of the transmitters along Unley Road between Fisher Street and Young Street and along King William Road between Park Street and Mary Street.
To connect, search for the connection called ‘City of Unley Free WiFi’. A password is not required for access. Users will need to agree to terms and conditions on a landing page to continue. WiFi sessions using the network will not be limited by data and Telstra Air customers will be able to connect at hotspots with no time restrictions.
We use Location Based Services (LBS) to understand traffic patterns in venues. The location data we capture helps us to understand venues, such as how long customers stand in line and how they generally move around an area, enhancing operational efficiency and improving user experience.
Our provider is a member of the Future of Privacy Forum, which means they follow best practice and adhere to the Mobile Location Code of Conduct. Find out more from the Purple website. Alternatively, you can opt out of location analytics using Smart Places.
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