Draft Sellicks Beach Structure Plan

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Have your say on the draft Sellicks Beach Structure Plan

The draft Sellicks Beach Structure Plan is a strategic land use plan that establishes a set of objectives and principles for the future spatial arrangement for Sellicks Beach.

The Structure Plan assists in identifying key infrastructure priorities and how their delivery can unlock and coordinate development opportunities and to ensure that any future development at Sellicks Beach is well-serviced and proceeds as an orderly extension of the existing urban area.

A Structure Plan is not a rezoning process, nor does it infer support of rezoning or address individual development proposals. However, once finalised, the Structure Plan will be used by Council to make decisions that promote good community and environmental outcomes and positively shape the urban form.

Consultation closed on 21 February 2021.

Why is a Structure Plan being prepared?

The State Government identifies Sellicks Beach as ‘planned urban lands’ in its 30-Year Plan for Greater Adelaide.

The final step of the state-wide planning reforms is the commencement of the Planning and Design Code in 2021. The Code will introduce a new set of zones and policies for Sellicks Beach and a new process for rezoning.

The Sellicks Beach Structure Plan will ensure we have a strong position, backed by the community and technical investigations, to respond to any rezoning applications that may be lodged.


HAVE YOUR SAY

Consultation has closed.

Thanks to everyone who provided valuable feedback.

The feedback report will go to Council on 4 May 2021, and we'll share this with the community shortly after.

Have your say on the draft Sellicks Beach Structure Plan

The draft Sellicks Beach Structure Plan is a strategic land use plan that establishes a set of objectives and principles for the future spatial arrangement for Sellicks Beach.

The Structure Plan assists in identifying key infrastructure priorities and how their delivery can unlock and coordinate development opportunities and to ensure that any future development at Sellicks Beach is well-serviced and proceeds as an orderly extension of the existing urban area.

A Structure Plan is not a rezoning process, nor does it infer support of rezoning or address individual development proposals. However, once finalised, the Structure Plan will be used by Council to make decisions that promote good community and environmental outcomes and positively shape the urban form.

Consultation closed on 21 February 2021.

Why is a Structure Plan being prepared?

The State Government identifies Sellicks Beach as ‘planned urban lands’ in its 30-Year Plan for Greater Adelaide.

The final step of the state-wide planning reforms is the commencement of the Planning and Design Code in 2021. The Code will introduce a new set of zones and policies for Sellicks Beach and a new process for rezoning.

The Sellicks Beach Structure Plan will ensure we have a strong position, backed by the community and technical investigations, to respond to any rezoning applications that may be lodged.


HAVE YOUR SAY

Consultation has closed.

Thanks to everyone who provided valuable feedback.

The feedback report will go to Council on 4 May 2021, and we'll share this with the community shortly after.

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  • What should guide future Sellicks Beach development

    8 months ago
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    Things to prevent?

    Things to encourage?

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

    8 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?

    8 months ago
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