Residential and Main Street Development Plan Amendment
On 12 February Council endorsed the Draft Residential and Main Street Development Plan Amendment (DPA). Council has submitted it to the Minister for Planning for approval to commence Statutory Consultation.
The DPA remains under consideration by the Department of Planning Transport and Infrastructure and the Minister of Planning.
See the information brochure for a summary of the directions in the draft DPA.
If you missed our community “drop-in” information session (held on Wednesday 27 February 2012 in the Methodist Meeting Hall), you can scan the information stations that were presented.
Following discussion between Council and the Minister, a draft DPA will be released for an 8 week public consultation period. This will likely commence in mid May 2013.
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Council’s preparation of the draft policy has been directly informed by the early feedback (138 submissions) received from City residents, businesses and the wider community during October 2012. View the summary report and submissions by clicking on each one:
Report on Early Engagement
Submissions for South-East Precinct
Submissions for South-Central Precinct
Submissions for South-West Precinct
Submissions for North Adelaide
Read the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).
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Residential and Main Street Development Plan Amendment; Draft statement of Intent and Character Analysis (including maps)
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.
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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
Central-South (between Hurtle and Whitmore Squares)
South-West residential corner of the City
Melbourne Street & O’Connell Street
Zone and Policy Area
by Engage 10 Sep 2012, 9:45am