Aldinga Urban Lands Development Plan Amendment

Consultation has concluded

We are currently looking to rezone 24 hectares of land in Aldinga Beach from Deferred Urban Zone land to Residential Zone land. The amendment aligns to the strategic direction of the Onkaparinga Development Plan that identifies the progressive rezoning of land.

Consultation with the community on the draft Development Plan Amendment began on 21 March 2018 and concluded on Friday 18 May 2018 where we sought submissions. Community members had an opportunity to speak with Council as their submissions were presented at the meeting held on Tuesday 17 July 2018. The draft plan was approved by Council who then submitted it to the Minister for Planning for approval.


NEXT STEPS

Although the Development Plan Amendment package has been submitted to the Minister for Planning for approval, there are a number of steps required before it can be finalised.

1. The Minister will review the Development Plan Amendment documents and either:

a. approve the amendment, or

b. after consultation with council, alter the amendment and approve the amendment as altered, or

c. decline to approve the amendment

2. Should the Minister approve the Amendment, the Minister is required to give an approval by notice in the Gazette and fix a day on which the amendment is consolidated into the Development Plan.

3. Council will write to those who provided a submission to advise the Minister’s decision and provide a response to their submission.

4. Once the Amendment has been approved, the Minister is required to refer the Development Plan Amendment to the Environment, Resources and Development Committee of the Parliament for review.

For further information, please view our Planning and Development page.

We are currently looking to rezone 24 hectares of land in Aldinga Beach from Deferred Urban Zone land to Residential Zone land. The amendment aligns to the strategic direction of the Onkaparinga Development Plan that identifies the progressive rezoning of land.

Consultation with the community on the draft Development Plan Amendment began on 21 March 2018 and concluded on Friday 18 May 2018 where we sought submissions. Community members had an opportunity to speak with Council as their submissions were presented at the meeting held on Tuesday 17 July 2018. The draft plan was approved by Council who then submitted it to the Minister for Planning for approval.


NEXT STEPS

Although the Development Plan Amendment package has been submitted to the Minister for Planning for approval, there are a number of steps required before it can be finalised.

1. The Minister will review the Development Plan Amendment documents and either:

a. approve the amendment, or

b. after consultation with council, alter the amendment and approve the amendment as altered, or

c. decline to approve the amendment

2. Should the Minister approve the Amendment, the Minister is required to give an approval by notice in the Gazette and fix a day on which the amendment is consolidated into the Development Plan.

3. Council will write to those who provided a submission to advise the Minister’s decision and provide a response to their submission.

4. Once the Amendment has been approved, the Minister is required to refer the Development Plan Amendment to the Environment, Resources and Development Committee of the Parliament for review.

For further information, please view our Planning and Development page.