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Who do I contact for more information?
We have developed a Fact Sheet and FAQ Sheet to help answer some of the more common questions we are likely to be asked. You can view these documents in the 'Related Document' section.
For all other enquiries please call us on 8203 7326
What happens to my feedback and submission?
After considering all submissions, Council finalises its local heritage list.
This list and all the submissions and Council’s responses to the submissions, are then sent to the Minister for Planning for his approval. The Minister then refers all objections to the independent Local Heritage Advisory Committee, which considers the objections and provides objectors with the opportunity to speak at one of their meetings. If you lodge an objection you will be contacted by the Committee.
The Committee subsequently advises the Minister of its findings. The Minister then makes a decision on the listings and authorises the final version of the Development Plan Amendment.
Lastly the Minister refers the proposed listings to the Environment, Resources and Development Committee of Parliament for its review. This must occur within 28 days of the Minister gazetting the Development Plan Amendment.
More information about these processes can be obtained by contacting the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure.
How else can I provide my feedback?
Written submissions can be posted to:
The Chief Executive Officer
Adelaide City Council
(City Centre Heritage DPA)
GPO box 2252
Adelaide SA 5000
Or deliverd to the Adelaide Council Customer Centre at 25 Pirie Street, Adelaide.
Electronic Submissions can be made by completing the online Submission Form, or can emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Speak at Public Meeting. A public meeting will be held at the Town Hall, 128 King William Road, Wednesday 13 June 5.30pm (if needed another meeting will be held on Thursday 14 June). If you wish to speak at the meeting, please confirm this in your submmission. You may however speak at the meeting without having made a written submission.
Visit us at the Planning Lab. Qualified and experienced staff are available to discuss your queries at the new 'Planning Lab, 25 Pirie Street (oppostie Customer Centre). The Lab is open Monday - Friday 8.30am - 5.30pm. Come and talk with our planning staff.
Call us. If you want more information please phone our planning department on 8203 7326 (during business hours, Monday to Friday). If reqested we can also organise to meet with you individually.
The Development Plan Amendment, which describes every building and their criteria for inclusion on the list, is available for inspection at: