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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.
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
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.
Consultation has concluded.