Willunga Planning Policy Review

Help shape the future vision of Willunga by providing your feedback that will inform any potential future policy revisions.

South Australia's planning system is undergoing its biggest modernisation in 20 years. By mid 2020 there will be a state-wide Planning and Design Code. The new Code will replace over 70 Council Development Plans across the state, including the Onkaparinga Development Plan. Click here to find out more about the new Code.

We have an opportunity to seek community feedback that will assist us in with any policy changes that may occur as a result.

HAVE YOUR SAY

Thanks for attending our workshops. You can view the presentations from the workshops in the document library.

If you haven't been able to attend these workshops, we are still keen to hear from you via the survey below. Even if you have been to one or both workshops, you may still want to add something further via the survey.

NEXT STEPS

Outcomes from the workshops and the surveys will be documented in the Community Engagement Feedback that will be presented to council later this year. The report will also assist us in preparing Council's submission to the State Government when the consultation on the new Planning and Design Code commences.

The City of Onkaparinga is included in 'Phase 3' of the new Code implementation for which the Code will be released for public consultation in early October 2019.

We would also encourage you to make your own submission to the new Code during consultation. Information on the new Planning and Design Code is available on SA Planning Portal Click here to learn more.

Help shape the future vision of Willunga by providing your feedback that will inform any potential future policy revisions.

South Australia's planning system is undergoing its biggest modernisation in 20 years. By mid 2020 there will be a state-wide Planning and Design Code. The new Code will replace over 70 Council Development Plans across the state, including the Onkaparinga Development Plan. Click here to find out more about the new Code.

We have an opportunity to seek community feedback that will assist us in with any policy changes that may occur as a result.

HAVE YOUR SAY

Thanks for attending our workshops. You can view the presentations from the workshops in the document library.

If you haven't been able to attend these workshops, we are still keen to hear from you via the survey below. Even if you have been to one or both workshops, you may still want to add something further via the survey.

NEXT STEPS

Outcomes from the workshops and the surveys will be documented in the Community Engagement Feedback that will be presented to council later this year. The report will also assist us in preparing Council's submission to the State Government when the consultation on the new Planning and Design Code commences.

The City of Onkaparinga is included in 'Phase 3' of the new Code implementation for which the Code will be released for public consultation in early October 2019.

We would also encourage you to make your own submission to the new Code during consultation. Information on the new Planning and Design Code is available on SA Planning Portal Click here to learn more.

  • We are seeking your feedback on specific development policy opportunities related to:

    • the future growth in the town
    • opportunities for residents to ‘age in place’
    • opportunities where new residences respect the historic character
    • opportunities to encourage adaptive re use of heritage buildings 
    For more detailed information that may assist in answering some of the questions, please read the Project Information located in the document library.

    Click the button below to provide your feedback by 20 September.

    We are seeking your feedback on specific development policy opportunities related to:

    • the future growth in the town
    • opportunities for residents to ‘age in place’
    • opportunities where new residences respect the historic character
    • opportunities to encourage adaptive re use of heritage buildings 

    For more detailed information that may assist in answering some of the questions, please read the Project Information located in the document library.

    Click the button below to provide your feedback by 20 September.

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