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CONSULTATION HAS CLOSED


The State Planning Commission has been seeking feedback after the release of their draft Planning and Design Code.

The Planning and Design Code (the Code) is the cornerstone of the new planning system that will help revolutionise the way that development is regulated in South Australia. Consultation on the Code represents an important opportunity for South Australians to influence the way we live, work and move.

The Code is being developed in three phases and by July 2020, the Code will replace 72 development plans with one universal, state-wide document. On 1 July 2019, Phase One of the Code became operational for out of council areas.

A copy of the Code, supporting information, event calendar and an online submission form are available from the SA Planning Portal: https://www.saplanningportal.sa.gov.au/have_your_say/Draft_Planning_and_Design_Code_for_South_Australia.

Dec 23 2019 - New information released by the State Planning Commission to support public consultation on the draft Planning and Design Code

In the months since consultation began, the Commission has received extensive feedback on the draft Planning and Design Code. Given the point in the consultation process, the Commission has prepared an ‘Update Report’. The report focuses largely on the Phase Three (Urban Areas) draft Code on consultation until 28 February 2020 and highlights key opportunities for its improvement. This Update Report is now available on the SA Planning Portal.

Historic Area and Character Area Statements for the Phase Three (Urban Areas) draft Code have also been made available on the SA Planning Portal as part of the public consultation. These Statements, which will support the introduction of the Historic Area and Character Area Overlays, are intended to help identify and articulate key elements of local importance. Submissions relating to these Statements can also be lodged via the SA Planning Portal until 28 February 2020.

31 January 2020 - We have been recently informed by the State Planning Commission that the Commission would be notifying owners of property located within an Historic Conservation Zone (HCZ) regarding the introduction of Historic Area Overlay in the State’s new Planning and Design Code (the Code).

HCZs currently apply to Clarendon, Kangarilla, Old Noarlunga, Old Reynella, Port Willunga/Aldinga and Willunga within our city. In the Code, the HCZ will be transferred into a Historic Area Overlay. And each historic area will have historic area statements (HASs) which are equivalent to desired character statements under our Development Plan.

The Commission has made the Historic Area Statements available on the SA Planning Portal as part of the public consultation.

For any enquiries regarding accessing the relevant Historic Area Statements on the SA Planning Portal please contact DPTI’s Planning and Design Code Hotline 1800 318 102 or DPTI.PlanningReform@sa.gov.au or follow the step-by-step guide to find the Statement relevant to your property address in the Historic Area Overlay.

HAVE YOUR SAY

Consultation has closed.

If you require any assistance, or require further information, please contact DPTI on 1800 318 102 or email DPTI.PlanningReform@sa.gov.au



CONSULTATION HAS CLOSED


The State Planning Commission has been seeking feedback after the release of their draft Planning and Design Code.

The Planning and Design Code (the Code) is the cornerstone of the new planning system that will help revolutionise the way that development is regulated in South Australia. Consultation on the Code represents an important opportunity for South Australians to influence the way we live, work and move.

The Code is being developed in three phases and by July 2020, the Code will replace 72 development plans with one universal, state-wide document. On 1 July 2019, Phase One of the Code became operational for out of council areas.

A copy of the Code, supporting information, event calendar and an online submission form are available from the SA Planning Portal: https://www.saplanningportal.sa.gov.au/have_your_say/Draft_Planning_and_Design_Code_for_South_Australia.

Dec 23 2019 - New information released by the State Planning Commission to support public consultation on the draft Planning and Design Code

In the months since consultation began, the Commission has received extensive feedback on the draft Planning and Design Code. Given the point in the consultation process, the Commission has prepared an ‘Update Report’. The report focuses largely on the Phase Three (Urban Areas) draft Code on consultation until 28 February 2020 and highlights key opportunities for its improvement. This Update Report is now available on the SA Planning Portal.

Historic Area and Character Area Statements for the Phase Three (Urban Areas) draft Code have also been made available on the SA Planning Portal as part of the public consultation. These Statements, which will support the introduction of the Historic Area and Character Area Overlays, are intended to help identify and articulate key elements of local importance. Submissions relating to these Statements can also be lodged via the SA Planning Portal until 28 February 2020.

31 January 2020 - We have been recently informed by the State Planning Commission that the Commission would be notifying owners of property located within an Historic Conservation Zone (HCZ) regarding the introduction of Historic Area Overlay in the State’s new Planning and Design Code (the Code).

HCZs currently apply to Clarendon, Kangarilla, Old Noarlunga, Old Reynella, Port Willunga/Aldinga and Willunga within our city. In the Code, the HCZ will be transferred into a Historic Area Overlay. And each historic area will have historic area statements (HASs) which are equivalent to desired character statements under our Development Plan.

The Commission has made the Historic Area Statements available on the SA Planning Portal as part of the public consultation.

For any enquiries regarding accessing the relevant Historic Area Statements on the SA Planning Portal please contact DPTI’s Planning and Design Code Hotline 1800 318 102 or DPTI.PlanningReform@sa.gov.au or follow the step-by-step guide to find the Statement relevant to your property address in the Historic Area Overlay.

HAVE YOUR SAY

Consultation has closed.

If you require any assistance, or require further information, please contact DPTI on 1800 318 102 or email DPTI.PlanningReform@sa.gov.au