Residential and Main Street Development Plan Amendment (DPA)

Consultation has concluded.

Residential and Main Street DPA - Update 31 October 2014.

Council has received notification that the Development Plan Amendment - Part 1 has been gazetted.

You can view the consolidated Development Plan here.

You can also view a updated Development Plan Zone and Policy Area Map here.

Additionally a summary of the key changes can be viewed here.

Overall Council is pleased with the contribution from all of the members of the community, residential and industry groups. The DPA has been formulated over a couple of years through rounds of consultation with various stakeholders.

The Minister for Planning in letter dated 27 October 2014 has requested the Development Policy Advisory Committee to review Part 2.

You can view these relevant documents here:

Minister for Planning _ Letter dated 27 October 2014

DPAC letter

Whilst Part 2 is yet to be determined, the DPA provides a great future direction for the City's Main Sreets and southern residential areas.

Council is working on the finalising Part 2 of the Development Plan Amendment.

For more information contact Beth Thackray on 8203 7437.

Background


In 2012, Council agreed with the Minister of Planning to prepare a Residential and Main Street Development Plan Amendment (DPA).

In preparing the draft DPA, Council undertook initial consultation in 2012.

The initial consultation has informed the DPA along with other investigations. Earlier stages of project included:

Stage 1: Early Engagement (consultation closed 26 Oct 12)
In September 2012 Council sought early engagement from the community to inform Council’s preparation of the Residential and Main Street DPA. Click to read the Report on Early Engagement. Click here to read other Stage 1 documents.

Stage 2: Community Updates (February 2013)
Using community feedback gathered in Stage 1, Council prepared and submitted a draft Residential and Main Street DPA to the Minster for Planning. We released this proposal to keep the community informed along the way. Click read the Community Update Info Sheet. Click here to read other Stage 2 documents.

Stage 3 - Statutory Consultation (Closed - October 2013 - January 2014)
A large number of responses were received and a public hearing was also held on Wednesday, 29 January 2014 at the Adelaide Town Hall, 128 King William Street, Adelaide.

Stage 4 – Reporting (April 2014- Oct 2014)
A report was prepared for the City Planning and Development Committee for Councils consideration on the 1 April 2014 available here.The DPA and technical documents were forwarded to the Minister for Plannings consideration in Mid April 2014.

The version forwarded to the Minister and the supporting documents can downloaded below.

DPA - Amendment Instructions and Zone and Policy Area Maps

Summary of Consultation and Proposed Amendments Report (SCPA REPORT)

A report was prepared to City Planning and Development Committee for Councils consideration on the 1 April 2014. Copies of the submissions in full can be found here. Many matters were raised outside the scope of the DPA will be addressed in another report to Council.

Stage 5 - Gazettal (October 2014)

The DPA was split during this stage into two parts.The first part of the DPA was gazetted (approved) on 30 October 2014. The second part (which is yet to be gazetted) involves the determination of:

Manitoba Housing Complex - This was split from the DPA to allow the determination of the State Heritage Place nomination. This is anticipated to be determined within the new year 2015.

Historic Conservation Areas - These are to be reviewed by the Development Policy Advisory Committee (DPAC) on 19 November 2014. Following this, DPAC will provide a report for the Minister for Planning's consideration. The Minister for Planning will then determine the final DPA.

A copy of the letter from DPAC can be found here.

A copy of the letter from the Minister for Planning can be found here.

For more information contact Beth Thackray on 8203 7437.

Residential and Main Street DPA - Update 31 October 2014.

Council has received notification that the Development Plan Amendment - Part 1 has been gazetted.

You can view the consolidated Development Plan here.

You can also view a updated Development Plan Zone and Policy Area Map here.

Additionally a summary of the key changes can be viewed here.

Overall Council is pleased with the contribution from all of the members of the community, residential and industry groups. The DPA has been formulated over a couple of years through rounds of consultation with various stakeholders.

The Minister for Planning in letter dated 27 October 2014 has requested the Development Policy Advisory Committee to review Part 2.

You can view these relevant documents here:

Minister for Planning _ Letter dated 27 October 2014

DPAC letter

Whilst Part 2 is yet to be determined, the DPA provides a great future direction for the City's Main Sreets and southern residential areas.

Council is working on the finalising Part 2 of the Development Plan Amendment.

For more information contact Beth Thackray on 8203 7437.

Background


In 2012, Council agreed with the Minister of Planning to prepare a Residential and Main Street Development Plan Amendment (DPA).

In preparing the draft DPA, Council undertook initial consultation in 2012.

The initial consultation has informed the DPA along with other investigations. Earlier stages of project included:

Stage 1: Early Engagement (consultation closed 26 Oct 12)
In September 2012 Council sought early engagement from the community to inform Council’s preparation of the Residential and Main Street DPA. Click to read the Report on Early Engagement. Click here to read other Stage 1 documents.

Stage 2: Community Updates (February 2013)
Using community feedback gathered in Stage 1, Council prepared and submitted a draft Residential and Main Street DPA to the Minster for Planning. We released this proposal to keep the community informed along the way. Click read the Community Update Info Sheet. Click here to read other Stage 2 documents.

Stage 3 - Statutory Consultation (Closed - October 2013 - January 2014)
A large number of responses were received and a public hearing was also held on Wednesday, 29 January 2014 at the Adelaide Town Hall, 128 King William Street, Adelaide.

Stage 4 – Reporting (April 2014- Oct 2014)
A report was prepared for the City Planning and Development Committee for Councils consideration on the 1 April 2014 available here.The DPA and technical documents were forwarded to the Minister for Plannings consideration in Mid April 2014.

The version forwarded to the Minister and the supporting documents can downloaded below.

DPA - Amendment Instructions and Zone and Policy Area Maps

Summary of Consultation and Proposed Amendments Report (SCPA REPORT)

A report was prepared to City Planning and Development Committee for Councils consideration on the 1 April 2014. Copies of the submissions in full can be found here. Many matters were raised outside the scope of the DPA will be addressed in another report to Council.

Stage 5 - Gazettal (October 2014)

The DPA was split during this stage into two parts.The first part of the DPA was gazetted (approved) on 30 October 2014. The second part (which is yet to be gazetted) involves the determination of:

Manitoba Housing Complex - This was split from the DPA to allow the determination of the State Heritage Place nomination. This is anticipated to be determined within the new year 2015.

Historic Conservation Areas - These are to be reviewed by the Development Policy Advisory Committee (DPAC) on 19 November 2014. Following this, DPAC will provide a report for the Minister for Planning's consideration. The Minister for Planning will then determine the final DPA.

A copy of the letter from DPAC can be found here.

A copy of the letter from the Minister for Planning can be found here.

For more information contact Beth Thackray on 8203 7437.

Consultation has concluded.
  • Residential and Main Street DPA – Stage 3

    over 5 years ago

    Since public hearing almost two months ago, council staff have been busy analysing the consultation responses and working through options. Community input has been vital. Thank you for contribution to the Residential and Main Street DPA. A report has been prepared to City Planning and Development Committee for Councils consideration on the 1 April 2014 available here. Copies of the submissions in full can be found here.

    Matters outside the scope of the DPA will be addressed in another report to Council.

    Background
    The Residential and Main Street Development Plan Amendment (DPA) is the process to amend the Development Plan for the City of Adelaide. The Development Plan provides the assessment guidance for planning/development applications.

    The statutory consultation was held between 31 October 2013 and 16 January 2014. A public hearing was held 29 January 2014 at the Adelaide Town Hall, the agenda can be found here.

    Written submissions from consultation are below:
    Residential and Main Street DPA Stage 3 Submissions

    Next steps:
    The City Planning and Development Committee and Council will consider the submissions and forward the DPA to the Minister for Planning’s final approval. This report summarises and responds to the written and verbal submission received.

    About the proposal
    The Development Plan Amendment (DPA) proposing to change the Development Plan for the following areas:
    - Main Streets of Melbourne, O’Connell and Hutt Street
    - Residential areas in the City’s South West and South East

    Community input is vital – Council wants to make the City of Adelaide the best it can possibly be for all residents, workers, visitors and all South Australians.

    Project Information

    DPA Documents

    Since public hearing almost two months ago, council staff have been busy analysing the consultation responses and working through options. Community input has been vital. Thank you for contribution to the Residential and Main Street DPA. A report has been prepared to City Planning and Development Committee for Councils consideration on the 1 April 2014 available here. Copies of the submissions in full can be found here.

    Matters outside the scope of the DPA will be addressed in another report to Council.

    Background
    The Residential and Main Street Development Plan Amendment (DPA) is the process to amend the Development Plan for the City of Adelaide. The Development Plan provides the assessment guidance for planning/development applications.

    The statutory consultation was held between 31 October 2013 and 16 January 2014. A public hearing was held 29 January 2014 at the Adelaide Town Hall, the agenda can be found here.

    Written submissions from consultation are below:
    Residential and Main Street DPA Stage 3 Submissions

    Next steps:
    The City Planning and Development Committee and Council will consider the submissions and forward the DPA to the Minister for Planning’s final approval. This report summarises and responds to the written and verbal submission received.

    About the proposal
    The Development Plan Amendment (DPA) proposing to change the Development Plan for the following areas:
    - Main Streets of Melbourne, O’Connell and Hutt Street
    - Residential areas in the City’s South West and South East

    Community input is vital – Council wants to make the City of Adelaide the best it can possibly be for all residents, workers, visitors and all South Australians.

    Project Information

    DPA Documents

  • Community Updates.

    about 6 years ago

    COMMUNITY UPDATE - 1 October 2013

    The Minister for Planning has severed the proposed Institutional (St Andrews) Zone from the Residential and Main Street DPA. The Minister has released the Institutional (St Andrew’s) Development Plan Amendment (DPA) for public consultation from Thursday 26 September to Wednesday 20 November 2013 For more information click here.

    The Council’s Residential and Mainstreet DPA has been with the Minister since July this year. Council awaits for approval for public consultation on the Residential and Mainstreet DPA.

    COMMUNITY UPDATE - 19 August 2013

    On 11 June 2013  Council endorsed the Draft Residential and Main Street Development Plan Amendment (DPA) to be submitted to the Minister for Planning for approval to commence Statutory Consultation (You can view the Council Agenda here and Minutes here). The DPA remains under consideration by the Department of Planning Transport and Infrastructure and the Minister of Planning.

    At this stage, it is anticipated that Council will receive a response in the coming weeks. Council will then commence statutory consultation with  the wider community over an eight week period.

    COMMUNITY UPDATE - 1 October 2013

    The Minister for Planning has severed the proposed Institutional (St Andrews) Zone from the Residential and Main Street DPA. The Minister has released the Institutional (St Andrew’s) Development Plan Amendment (DPA) for public consultation from Thursday 26 September to Wednesday 20 November 2013 For more information click here.

    The Council’s Residential and Mainstreet DPA has been with the Minister since July this year. Council awaits for approval for public consultation on the Residential and Mainstreet DPA.

    COMMUNITY UPDATE - 19 August 2013

    On 11 June 2013  Council endorsed the Draft Residential and Main Street Development Plan Amendment (DPA) to be submitted to the Minister for Planning for approval to commence Statutory Consultation (You can view the Council Agenda here and Minutes here). The DPA remains under consideration by the Department of Planning Transport and Infrastructure and the Minister of Planning.

    At this stage, it is anticipated that Council will receive a response in the coming weeks. Council will then commence statutory consultation with  the wider community over an eight week period.

  • Residential and Main Street Development Plan Amendment; Draft statement of Intent and Character Analysis (including maps)

    by Engage, about 7 years ago

    Preview a copy of the draft Statement of Intent, read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

    To inform preparation of the Development Plan Amendment, Council staff have undertaken a detailed Character Assessment (Built Form and Land Use) of the areas of focus.

    Click here to see view this information:

    The Character Assessment includes:
    - Built Character: For each building information was collected on built character (heritage listing, height, design appearance etc)
    - Land Use: Residential (house, unit etc) or Non-Residential (eg shop, office, hotel etc)

    The Character Assessment (what we saw on the ground) has been compared against the Desired Character Statements in the Development Plan (what the Development Plan envisages for an area), and we have identified where there are consistencies and inconsistencies.

    View the following maps by clicking on each one.
    South-East residential corner of the City
    Hutt Street
    Central-South (between Hurtle and Whitmore Squares)
    South-West residential corner of the City
    Melbourne Street & O’Connell Street
    Zone and Policy Area

    Preview a copy of the draft Statement of Intent, read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

    To inform preparation of the Development Plan Amendment, Council staff have undertaken a detailed Character Assessment (Built Form and Land Use) of the areas of focus.

    Click here to see view this information:

    The Character Assessment includes:
    - Built Character: For each building information was collected on built character (heritage listing, height, design appearance etc)
    - Land Use: Residential (house, unit etc) or Non-Residential (eg shop, office, hotel etc)

    The Character Assessment (what we saw on the ground) has been compared against the Desired Character Statements in the Development Plan (what the Development Plan envisages for an area), and we have identified where there are consistencies and inconsistencies.

    View the following maps by clicking on each one.
    South-East residential corner of the City
    Hutt Street
    Central-South (between Hurtle and Whitmore Squares)
    South-West residential corner of the City
    Melbourne Street & O’Connell Street
    Zone and Policy Area