City Centre Heritage Development Plan Amendment
This consultation has now concluded.
See the News Tab for updates about this project.
Council recently sought community feedback on a proposed list of 77 local heritage buildings within the city centre. These buildings were selected by independent experts and then carefully considered by both the Council and the State Government.
Your feedback will be used to review the proposed list, before it is finalised by Council and then provided to the Minister for Planning.
We developed a Summary List of the 77 proposed heritage buildings, including information on the selection criteria for each building. A full copy of the Heritage Survey and Heritage DPA can be found in the Related Documents section.
The 'News' section (below) will be updated on a regular basis to provide current information on the status of this project.
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The Environment, Resources and Development Committee of State Parliament reviewed the DPA in April and May 2013 and allowed the DPA to proceed with no changes. This means the DPA is finished with the outcome that 37 of the proposed 78 buildings were local heritage listed. A illustrated report of the 41 buildings is below.
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by Fred at ACC 13 May 2013, 1:13pm
Following consideration of the Council’s mid March submission, the Minister advised Council by way of letter dated 25 March 2013 of his decision to list 37 of the proposed 78 listings.
The final step in the process of the DPA is for the Minister’s decision to be reviewed by the Environment, Resources and Development Committee of State Parliament. The Committee’s 28 days of review has commenced and concludes on 8 May 2013.
You can view the full document here, as well as a complete list of the 78 properties and the Minister’s final decision:
Minister Rau Letter to Council re Approval of City Centre Heritage DPA
78 properties annotated as per Minister's Decision of 25 March 2013
by Fred at ACC 2 Apr 2013, 4:34pm
In March 2012, following the approval of the City Centre Heritage DPA (Part 1) by the Council and the Minister of Planning, Council consulted relevant stakeholders on the proposal to list an additional 77 local heritage items.
Following consideration of responses from land owners and other relevant stakeholders, Council prepared a response to the Minister that proposed to list the 77 local heritage items.
On 1 March 2013 Council received a response from the Minister for Planning.
Key elements of Ministers response include:
• The Minister received advice from the Local Heritage Advisory Committee (LHAC), the Development Policy Advisory Committee and the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI); and
• Minister proposes remove 42 of 77 of proposed local heritage listed buildings due to various reasons such as:
o Insufficient documentation to demonstrate value relating to s23 criteria,
o Fabric is significantly compromised,
o Strategic site,
o Over representation of themes,
o Part of larger building,
o Entire building should be considered (not part as proposed), and or
o Site is more appropriate as a state heritage item.
On 12 March 2013 , Council considered the Minister for Planning’s response. Council resolved to request the Minister to reconsider the proposal and to ensure that 76 properties receive immediate heritage protection under Part 1 of the DPA. Council agreed that two properties (14 -16 Market Street and 311 Morphett Street) should be removed from the list.
The Minister of Planning is considering Council's response and will make a decision. The final DPA with the proposed listings will be gazetted by the Minister and referred to the Environment, Resources and Development Committee of State Parliament for its review.
It is noted, finalising this Part 1 DPA is central to listing heritage buildings in the Development Plan, contributing to conserving heritage buildings. With this Part 1 DPA nearing completion, further consideration can also be given by the Minister and Council to the Part 2 DPA in the next few months.
You can view the full documents here:
Letter from the Minister
A summary of each of the propoerties, the Minister's response and Staff Comment
by Sheila at Adelaide City Council 13 Mar 2013, 9:53am
The consultation for this project has now closed.
Council has recieved a number of submissions in regards to the 77 proposed heritage buildings. All submissions are currently being reviewed and a report is being prepared for Council.
Those people who indicated they would like to 'speak to thier submission' will be notified shortly of the details for the public meetings on Wednesday 13 June and Thursday 14 June.
Both public meetings will be held at the Town Hall, 128 King William Road, Wednesday 13 June and Thursday 14 June at 5.30pm.
For more information please call our planning department on (08) 8203 7326
by Adelaide Administrator 5 Jun 2012, 5:12pm
Council wants to achieve a balance in which heritage is protected and that the city is able to be developed to accomodate growth and foster prosperity.
Consultation is now open on the City Centre Heritage Development Plan Amendment.
Read our media release to learn more about the project and/or read through the documents contained in our Related Document section.
Submissions close 5pm, Friday 1 June.
by Adelaide Administrator 27 Mar 2012, 5:08pm