Sellicks Beach Structure Plan

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COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT COMMENCING SOON

Our city continues to grow, so planning for our future is essential.

The Sellicks Beach Structure Plan will identify the steps that can be taken by council to achieve policy objectives and provide guidance to land owners and the broader community about preferred future developments. As we look to the future, having more people living and working within the City of Onkaparinga brings both opportunities and challenges.

Vacant land at Sellicks Beach has long been identified for urban growth and includes approximately 148 hectares of land zoned for residential purposes, with a further 85 hectares of land in the Deferred Urban Zone and 47 hectares of Primary Production Zone land and is captured in the State Government’s 30-Year Plan for Greater Adelaide.

Completion of a detailed structure planning will ensure an orderly extension of the existing urban areas to ensure future communities have ease of access to infrastructure and services and also accommodate the future rezoning of the vacant land parcels.


HAVE YOUR SAY

We recently sought feedback from community leaders and we will be commencing the next stage of engagement with the community very soon.

We have two tentative dates for community information sessions:

  • 19th November – 7pm to 9pm (Tentative)
  • 24th November – 1pm to 3pm (Tentative)

The meetings will be held at the Sellicks Beach Community Hall.

We will update this page and let the community know as soon as they are locked in.

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT COMMENCING SOON

Our city continues to grow, so planning for our future is essential.

The Sellicks Beach Structure Plan will identify the steps that can be taken by council to achieve policy objectives and provide guidance to land owners and the broader community about preferred future developments. As we look to the future, having more people living and working within the City of Onkaparinga brings both opportunities and challenges.

Vacant land at Sellicks Beach has long been identified for urban growth and includes approximately 148 hectares of land zoned for residential purposes, with a further 85 hectares of land in the Deferred Urban Zone and 47 hectares of Primary Production Zone land and is captured in the State Government’s 30-Year Plan for Greater Adelaide.

Completion of a detailed structure planning will ensure an orderly extension of the existing urban areas to ensure future communities have ease of access to infrastructure and services and also accommodate the future rezoning of the vacant land parcels.


HAVE YOUR SAY

We recently sought feedback from community leaders and we will be commencing the next stage of engagement with the community very soon.

We have two tentative dates for community information sessions:

  • 19th November – 7pm to 9pm (Tentative)
  • 24th November – 1pm to 3pm (Tentative)

The meetings will be held at the Sellicks Beach Community Hall.

We will update this page and let the community know as soon as they are locked in.

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  • What are the issues and opportunities that need to be considered?

    about 2 months ago
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    Below are some of the issues and opportunities we need to consider and would like to hear your thoughts on:

    • Waste water, Flood and stormwater management
    • Main South Road vehicle access and Sellicks Beach Road upgrade
    • Separation distances/buffers/transition –
    • Character Preservation District, quarry, primary production
    • Public transport accessibility, Local shopping and facilities
    • Housing demand and strategic growth targets, infill development
    • Neighbourhood character, views and vistas, community facilities
    • Cycling and walking trails (public open space), significant trees and revegetation
    • Employment opportunities


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  • What should Sellicks Beach look like in the future?

    about 1 month ago
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  • What should guide future Sellicks Beach development

    about 1 month ago
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    Things to prevent?

    Things to encourage?

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