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The State Planning Commission has released a Discussion Paper on Proposed Changes to Renewable Energy Policy in the Planning and Design Code that proposes new planning policies for South Australia’s renewable energy sector. An infographic on Renewable Energy Policy in SA is also available.
Informal feedback can be provided ahead of the formal consultation on the draft Planning and Design Code which commences later this year. Comments can be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The State Planning Commission has released reports on the outcome of two recent consultations. These summarise the submissions made on the draft Development Assessment Regulations & Practice Directions and Phase One of the Planning and Design Code (Land not Within a Council Area). Both 'What We Have Heard' reports can be downloaded by clicking here.
The State Planning Commission has released a number of papers outlining how the new planning system will protect heritage and character and improve the design quality of the built environment. These policy position papers can be downloaded from either the SA Planning Portal or the document library on this Your Say page.
There will be an opportunity to provide feedback on these policy matters when the next phases of the Planning and Design Code are released on consultation. This is expected to be mid-2019 for regional council areas and late 2019 for metropolitan council areas.
The first phase of the Planning and Design Code: Planning and Design Code in the Outback has been released for consultation.
All comments should be submitted to the State Government by 29 March, 2019 via the Have Your Say page on the SA Planning Portal. If you would like to share this feedback with the City of Adelaide, please send it to: email@example.com
Consultation on the Code in regional council areas will open in mid-2019 and will move to metropolitan council areas in late-2019.
The State Planning Commission has released the Planning, Development and Infrastructure (General) (Development Assessment) Variation Regulations and several Practice Directions for consultation until 1 March, 2019.
These latest documents can be downloaded from either our document library or via the following link: https://yoursay.sa.gov.au/decisions/development-assessment/about.
The State Planning Commission has now released the Productive Economy Policy Discussion Paper. This explores four key themes:
A summary of the discussion paper is also available.
The State Government has released two further reports summarising the feedback received on two consultations:
The State Planning Commission has announced that it will lead the establishment of the first generation of the Planning and Design Code and therefore, the conversion of council Development Plans.
The Code will be developed and released in three phases:
Click here for further details.
The State Government has released the What We Have Heard Report summarising the engagement on the State Planning Policies (SPPs) conducted from 16 July to 21 September 2018.
The State Government is seeking feedback on how development in South Australia will be assessed, approved and monitored in the new planning system through the release of three new documents for consultation. These are:
The discussion papers are open for feedback until 17 October 2018.
All comments should be submitted to the State Government via the Have Your Say page of the SA Planning Portal. If you would like to share this feedback with the City of Adelaide, please send please send it to: firstname.lastname@example.org