Code Amendments

The Planning and Design Code (the Code) is the cornerstone of South Australia’s new planning system.

The Code is a statutory instrument under the Planning, Development and Infrastructure Act 2016, for the purposes of development assessment and related matters within South Australia.

The Code Amendment process includes a number of steps which must be undertaken before any changes to zoning or policy can be implemented. Broadly the process involves:

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Initiation, Initiated, On Consultation, Consultation Completed, Finalised (approved or refused), Parliamentary Review

Fees have been introduced to cover the administrative costs of processing amendments to the Planning and Design Code. These are set out under the Planning, Development and Infrastructure (Fees) Notice 2021 (PDF, 343 KB).

The fees are aimed at recouping costs incurred by the Department associated with any Code Amendments that are commercial in nature from private proponents (land owners), or councils and state agencies that are acting on behalf of private proponents.

No processing fees will be charged where a council or state agency initiates a Code Amendment that will result in a community benefit (i.e. a Code Amendment recognising a new State Heritage listing).

The overarching principle underpinning the processing fees is that of “user pays” to recognise the substantial commercial benefits that may be achieved by an applicant seeking a Code Amendment that increases the value of their land.

The Code Amendment fee structure has four elements which are paid in stages as the Code Amendment progresses:

  • Lodgement Fee - $5,500
    The Lodgement Fee is charged to all proponent-initiated Code Amendments at the initiated stage. This fee covers the administrative oversight required by the Department including evaluation of the proposal, consulting with council, reporting to the State Planning Commission, and updating the PlanSA portal.
  • Consultation Fee - $8,700
    The Consultation Fee is charged when a proponent submits consultation instructions to the Department. It covers the preparation of mapping on the Portal, establishment of the online consultation form and publication of the consultation on the Portal page.  It also includes a compliance check of conditions if placed on initiation.
  • Determination Fee - $8,400
    The Determination Fee recovers the administrative costs associated with the final evaluation of the proposal including assessment against the Engagement Plan and Community Engagement Charter, a review of mapping and policy, resolution of any outstanding state interest matters (i.e. agency referrals), compliance checks and administrative functions associated with Commission advice and determination of the Amendment.
  • Implementation Fee - $9,800
    The Implementation Fee is charged on approval of the Code Amendment and covers the administrative functions required to implement the Code Amendment and bring it into effect, including deployment into the Planning and Design Code, the SA Property and Planning Atlas and the PlanSA portal.

Code Amendment Processing Fees commence on 25 November 2021 and are payable for Code Amendments already in progress or initiated after this date. Where a Code Amendment is already in progress, the fee structure will come into effect from the next milestone.

Documents

Use this interactive mapping tool to access the Code Amendment Map Viewer.

This viewer displays Code Amendments once they have been initiated, all the way through the process, and provides an overview on status, proposal and linkages to relevant information.

For information on how to use this viewer, please click the icon on the map.

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Initiated

The Minister for Planning (or the State Planning Commission in the case of Commission-led Code Amendments) has agreed to Initiate a Code Amendment. This means that agreement has been reached for a Designated Entity (i.e. the person / body responsible for leading the process) to investigate changes to the Planning and Design Code.

The ‘Proposal to Initiate’ outlines the scope of the proposed changes, and the investigations to be completed. In addition to the investigations and consultation requirements outlined in a Proposal to Initiate, the Minister may apply additional conditions which the Designated Entity must comply with when undertaking a Code Amendment, which are detailed in the ‘Letter from the Minister to Designated Entity approving the initiation with conditions’.

Public consultation on these Code Amendments has not started yet.

Code Amendments listed under this heading are currently being prepared for public consultation. This step might include undertaking investigations, early discussions with key stakeholders and drafting of documentation such as an Engagement Plan, fact sheets and the like.

You can find out further information about each Code Amendment by clicking on the drop down boxes below – contact details are also provided for each Code Amendment should you wish to speak to someone directly.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
Land Vision Group Pty Ltd on behalf of Platinum Property Retirement Pty Ltd and/or Nominee

Contact Details:
Nitsan Taylor, Holmes Dyer Pty Ltd
T: (08) 7231 1889

Overview:

Land Vision Group Pty Ltd on behalf of Platinum Property Retirement Pty Ltd and/or Nominee is proposing to rezone 29 hectares of land at 306 Twartz Road, Gawler Belt to facilitate residential development.

The land forms part of the Roseworthy Township strategic growth area and is one of the last remaining parcels of land available to be rezoned for residential purposes.

The land is currently zoned Rural.  It is proposed to rezone the land to the Master Planned Neighbourhood Zone which envisages a diverse range of housing to support a new or expanding community.

Initiation approved by the Minister on 11 February 2022.

Consultation is anticipated to commence in late March 2022.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
Troon Group Pty Ltd

Contact Details:
Michael Osborn (Director – Future Urban)
T: (08) 8221 5511

Overview:

The Proponent (Troon Group Pty Ltd) is seeking to rezone 3.76 hectares, comprising the southern portion of an existing allotment at Lot 707 Marion Road, Bedford Park, to the Employment Zone (the Affected Area). The existing Urban Neighbourhood Zone and Retail Subzone will be retained over the northern portion of the allotment (outside the Affected Area).

The Proponent has executed a contract with the registered owners of the land (ILSC) to purchase and develop large format bulky goods/service trade premises over the Affected Area as part of a proposed, wider vision for an integrated development including small-scale retail and medium density Aboriginal housing (Elders Village) in the northern portion of the allotment (outside the Affected Area).

The Affected Area adjoins the Warriparinga Wetlands and Sturt River to the north and east. Residential development is located to the west over Marion Road, and an Employment Zone south of the Southern Expressway.

Initiation approved by the Minister on 10 January 2022.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
City of Charles Sturt

Contact Details:
Jim Gronthos
T: (08) 8048 1111

Overview:

The City of Charles Sturt is seeking to rezone a portion of land at Lot 37 Toogood Avenue, Beverley, from the Recreation Zone to the Strategic Employment Zone in order to facilitate the expansion of Council’s horticultural depot, situated adjacent to the site, to support their growing operations.

The parcel of land (affected area) is of approximately 3000m2 in area and is part of a larger portion of land used as an open reserve. The affected area is vacant although an easement over the land restricts its use to over-flow car parking for community events and for the Titanium Security Arena, situated to the south-east of the site.

The Code Amendment process seeks to implement key targets of The 30-Year Plan for Greater Adelaide by facilitating an expansion of the Strategic Employment Zone to improve operations of an existing industry (Council’s Horticulture Depot).

Initiation approved by the Minister on 9 May 2022.

Consultation is expected to commence in July 2022 (subject to investigations and consultation approval).

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
Chief Executive, Attorney-General's Department

Contact Details:
PlanSA
T: 1800 752 664

Overview:

The Code Amendment seeks to:

  • Update the flood hazard mapping that is now available from 15 councils that was not made available in time for the implementation of the Code.
  • The removal of the evidence required overlay from areas where a detailed flood study is not required due to local knowledge and coarse regional mapping confirms there is minimal risk of flooding. The focus will be on elevated and sloping areas at the top of catchments in metropolitan Adelaide, Mt Gambier and Outback SA.

Initiation approved by the Minister on 28 October 2021.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
State Planning Commission

Contact Details:
PlanSA
T: 1800 752 664

Overview:

The Future Living Code Amendment seeks to enhance housing diversity by providing housing options for smaller household types and responding to the ageing demographics of the State’s population by providing greater opportunities for ageing in place.

The Code Amendment will apply to certain residential areas within the City of Unley, Town of Walkerville, City of Campbelltown, City of Burnside and City of Prospect, and investigations will consider whether it will also extend to other local government areas.

The Code Amendment seeks to facilitate the delivery of a new model of shared housing or ‘cohousing’, which responds to existing context and incorporates high design quality.

Cohousing is anticipated to deliver the following attributes and design/siting outcomes:

  • no wholesale demolition of the existing house on the site, but rather its retention, alteration and extension
  • reconsideration of Private Open Space in favour of larger areas of shared space
  • permitted overlooking within the allotment, with the maintenance of existing privacy for neighbouring properties
  • newly created dwellings not being subordinate to the existing dwelling, but rather creating a flat hierarchy of dwellings sharing the one site
  • accommodating different age groups and household types.

Initiation of this Code Amendment will assist in the delivery of outcomes from the following initiatives:

  • ‘Planning for a New Future’ Symposium
  • Cohousing for Ageing Well Project
  • Feedback from the Phase Three (Urban Areas) Code Amendment

Initiation approved by the Commission on 5 October 2021.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
YAS Property & Development

Contact Details:
Grazio Maiorano – Director, URPS
T: (08) 8333 7999

Overview:

The Proponent (YAS Property & Development) is seeking to rezone 7.56 hectares of land at 53 and 99 Crouch Road, Golden Grove (the Affected Area), from the Rural Living Zone to a zone that will facilitate commercial/retail activities to support current and future population, including additional floor space for bulky goods.

The Code Amendment is proposed in response to anticipated demand from the ongoing development of Golden Grove and is proposed to occur in tandem with the Golden Grove (Rural Living Zone to Neighbourhood-type Zone) Code Amendment by the City of Tea Tree Gully (also partially funded by YAS Property & Development), which is aimed at facilitating approximately 1500 new residential allotments.

The affected area has frontage to One Tree Hill Road, currently accommodates equestrian facilities and is located near other equestrian land uses, rural living with ancillary primary production, and low density residential areas. An operating mine site is located immediately to the south and a suburban activity centre and recreation land to the west.

Initiation approved by the Minister on 10 January 2022.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
City of Tea Tree Gully

Contact Details:
Ingrid Wilkshire - Manager City Strategy
T: (08) 8397 7292

Overview:

The Proponent (the City of Tea Tree Gully) is seeking to rezone approximately 109 hectares of land that fronts Strachan Road to the west, the Hills Face Zone to the north and east, and the Resource Extraction Zone to the south (the Affected Area), from the Rural Living Zone to a zone which supports a conventional residential outcome. The Code Amendment is funded by YAS Property & Development, which has an interest in the majority of landholdings in the Affected Area, in accordance with a funding agreement with Council.

It is anticipated that the Code Amendment will deliver some 1,500 residential allotments and is proposed to be progressed in step with the Golden Grove Commercial/Retail Code Amendment that seeks to support the associated anticipated growth in retail and commercial demand.

The land is currently zoned Rural Living and is located on the eastern fringe of Greater Adelaide, immediately adjacent the built-up area of Golden Grove. This land represents one of the last remaining areas within the City of Tea Tree Gully capable of supporting population growth, with the majority of other consolidation opportunities throughout the City comprising small-scale urban infill.

The Affected Area is currently used for low density residential purposes with a small number of allotments used for ancillary primary production or animal keeping activities.

Initiation approved by the Minister on 10 January 2022.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
Strath Property Investments Pty Ltd

Contact Details:
Richard Dwyer, Managing Director, Ekistics
T: (08) 7231 0286

Overview:

The Code Amendment proposes to rezone land at Lot 5 Hampden Way, Strathalbyn (the Affected Area) to a zone that supports local activity centre development to service local residents and commuters through Strathalbyn, with a strong focus on convenience based retail and commercial uses.

The Affected Area is currently located within the Hills Neighbourhood Zone, and is located at the ‘gateway’ into the Strathalbyn township.

Initiation was approved by the Treasurer (as delegate of the Minister for Planning and Local Government) on 8 February 2022.

Consultation is anticipated to commence in the second quarter of 2022 (subject to investigations and consultation approval).

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
State Planning Commission

Contact Details:
PlanSA
T: 1800 752 664

Overview:

The Code Amendment will make a limited range of technical changes to facilitate easier interpretation of policy and procedural matters, realise greater consistency where similar outcomes are being sought and improve the general performance of the Code.

These changes will be informed by experience of planning practitioners and other Code users during the initial period of its operation.

The changes will affect:

  • the availability of policy for minor development types
  • notification tables
  • classification tables and linkages (including restricted development classifications)
  • referral triggers
  • definitions (land use and administrative)
  • the Rules of Interpretation

The Commission has been monitoring and reviewing the Code and its performance with a view to identifying any particular areas where targeted adjustments may be required to ensure intended outcomes are better achieved. For the most part, it is considered the Code has been working efficiently and the intent of the drafted policy is generally being achieved. However, in the interest of ongoing improvements it is acknowledged that regular updates to particular policy and their effect on procedures may be necessary in certain instances ensure the appropriate outcomes and intent are being met.

The Commission has undertaken preliminary engagement with key stakeholders and local government to inform and assist the scoping of this Amendment.

Initiation approved by the Commission on 6 December 2021.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
City of Marion

Contact Details:
David Melhuish, Senior Policy Planner
T: (08) 8375 6721

Overview:

The City of Marion is proposing to amend the planning policy relating to land within the Suburban Neighbourhood Zone located adjacent the Morphettville Racecourse on the southern side of Bray Street in Morphettville and the western side of Morphett Road in Glengowrie.

The area was previously covered (under the former Development Plan) by the Residential Racecourse Zone, which provided the opportunity for the stabling of horses and residential use on the same property. The zone specifically sought detached dwellings at low densities in association with a range of horse related activities, with minimum allotment sizes of 560m² and a 15m frontage.

Under the Planning and Design Code, the area has been rezoned to the Suburban Neighbourhood Zone. The policy within this zone no longer refers to horse related activities, nor is there a requirement for only detached dwellings, but it does maintain the minimum 560m² site area and 15m frontage, which restricts opportunities for subdivision.

The South Australian Jockey Club (SAJC) will soon construct additional stables within the adjacent racecourse property (corner of Bray Street and Morphett Road). It is understood that a number of stable owners in the subject area are considering relocating into these new stables if the sale of their current property is financially viable.

Council is therefore considering changes to the zoning of the subject land that will provide the opportunity for residential development at higher densities to be constructed. Council believes that providing a greater diversity of housing choice for the community in the area is worthy of further consideration.

The current necessity to walk horses through and across streets to the racecourse (particularly Bray Street and Morphett Road) is a potentially dangerous practice for both horses and motorists. The removal and/or reduction of stables and horse related activities from the surrounding streets, and into the racecourse, would most certainly result in a safer environment.

Community consultation is anticipated to commence in March/April 2022.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
Bluegum Borders Pty Ltd

Contact Details:
David Lake
T: (08) 8193 5600

Overview:

The objective of the Code Amendment is to apply a more appropriate zone to three (3) small undeveloped allotments on the fringe of Nuriootpa that were isolated when the Sturt Highway was realigned. The allotments are currently zoned Rural as prior to the realignment they were associated with larger agricultural holdings on the northern side of the realigned highway.

The Code Amendment seeks to apply the Employment Zone, having regard to the non-suitability of the allotments for agricultural purposes given their isolation, the pattern of zoning to the south of Old Sturt Highway, the location of the allotments directly adjacent to the realigned Highway, and an approval granted by Light Regional Council to develop service trade premises on the allotments.

Initiation approved by the Minister on 26 June 2022.

Consultation is anticipated to commence in August/September 2022.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
Yorke Peninsula Council

Contact Details:
Jodie Terp
T: (08) 8832 0000

Overview:

The Code Amendment seeks to rezone two areas of Deferred Urban zoned land, one in Point Turton, comprising of approximately 55.7 hectares, to the Rural Settlement Zone, and the other in Port Victoria, comprising of approximately 16.7 hectares, to the Neighbourhood Zone.

Approximately 12 hectares of the affected area in Point Turton and two hectares in Port Victoria have already been developed into residential allotments. The proposed Code Amendment seeks to align the zoning with this current land use whilst making the remaining land available for future residential development.

Initiation approved by the Minister on 19 April 2022.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
Marion Council

Contact Details:
David Melhuish - Senior Policy Planner
T: (08) 8375 6721

Overview:

The Proponent (Marion Council) is seeking to rezone land across the southern suburbs of Marion Council comprising Darlington, Hallett Cove, Marino, O’Halloran Hill, Seacliff Park, Seacombe Heights, Seaview Downs, Sheidow Park and Trott Park (the Affected Area), to provide a consistent policy approach to sloping land (gradient/site dimensions) that facilitates opportunity for subdivision and redevelopment to occur in appropriate locations.

Much of the housing stock in the older established suburbs in Marion’s south have reached an age where the buildings are no longer of a condition, design and/or size that meets the needs of residents. Many comprise small houses on larger than average allotments.

Although sharing similar topographical characteristics, these predominantly residential suburbs are currently covered by two distinct zones - Hills Neighbourhood Zone and Suburban Neighbourhood Zone – resulting in a lack of consistency in opportunity for redevelopment. Existing planning policies provide for a number of different minimum allotment sizes (site area and frontages) for properties with the same grade of slope. There is also a difference in the type of dwelling that can be built within certain areas.

Marion Council is proposing that all southern residential areas (except for that part of Hallett Cove zoned as General Neighbourhood Zone) be zoned Hills Neighbourhood Zone and that policy for site dimensions and slope gradients be reviewed to provide consistent slope related policy.

The Affected Area is characterised by low to medium density residential development located on sloping land of varying grades. The affected area also includes 19 allotments at Hallett Cove on low lying land with coastal frontage. Adjacent land is predominantly located within the General Neighbourhood Zone, characterised by low density detached dwellings, together with areas of conservation zoning.

Initiation approved by the Minister on 11 February 2022.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
State Planning Commission

Contact Details:
PlanSA
T: 1800 752 664

Overview:

The Code Amendment aims to review the current policy framework (spatial layers and policy content) of the six Hazard (Bushfire Risk) Overlays as well as explore other planning instruments and mechanisms to assist in mitigating bushfire hazard impacts.

The proposed amendment will seek to better align the Code with State Planning Policy 15: Natural Hazards by ‘building the resilience of communities, development and infrastructure from the adverse impacts of natural hazards’. The Code Amendment will be informed by mapping prepared by a State and Commonwealth project initiative, with funding assistance from the National Disaster Resilience Grant Scheme 2015-18.

Initiation approved by the Commission on 4 February 2021.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
Creation Homes (SA) Pty Ltd

Contact Details:
Richard Dwyer, Managing Director, Ekistics
T: (08) 7231 0286

Overview:

The Proposal seeks to rezone two areas (approximately 7 hectares in total) within the existing Thaxted Park Golf Club from the Recreation Zone to the General Neighbourhood Zone for the purposes for residential development, while the remaining land would continue to operate as a golf course.

Initiation approved by the Minister on 24 June 2021.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
City of Charles Sturt

Contact Details:
Jim Gronthos
T: (08) 8408 1111

Overview:

The proposed Code Amendment will investigate the potential rezoning of the Affected Area involving land identified as Lots 100 and Lots 101 Frederick Road, West Lakes (the Affected Area). The Affected Area has been utilised as the ‘Port Adelaide Wastewater Treatment Plant’ for SA Water (formerly the Engineering & Water Supply Department) from 1935 until 2004 when it was decommissioned. The decommissioned infrastructure (which was part of the waste-water treatment process) remains on the land. Lot 100 is now surplus to SA Water’s infrastructure requirements, with SA Water own and operate a new re-lift waste-water pumping station built adjacent the southern boundary of the old plant on Lot 101 (on the north-western corner of Frederick Road and Lochside Drive) which is to remain in an Infrastructure Zone.

The Code Amendment will investigate a rezoning of the Affected Area (Lot100) from its current Infrastructure Zone to a Zone(s) that will facilitate mixed use development in the form of residential uses and commercial opportunities. The Code Amendment seeks to implement key targets of The 30-Year Plan for Greater Adelaide by providing opportunity for increased housing diversity in proximity to established community infrastructure and services.

The investigations to inform the draft Code Amendment (e.g. traffic assessment, stormwater management, environmental assessment, utility infrastructure capacity, built form and desired land uses) is likely to be undertaken over the next few months. Once prepared, a draft Code Amendment will become available for community comment through a statutory consultation process.

Initiation approved by the Minister on 11 February 2022.

Consultation is expected to commence in August 2022.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
Theodoor De Lyster

Contact Details:
Grazio Maiorano (Director – URPS)
T: (08) 8333 7999

Overview:

Windamere Park is an accredited disability services provider with the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), currently offering a range of educational and training opportunities for participants, alongside limited supported independent living accommodation and overnight accommodation.

The Windamere Park Code Amendment seeks to amend the Planning and Design Code to enable the expansion of services currently offered. More particularly, the Code Amendment seeks to establish a policy environment that enables the development of much needed Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) in connection with the existing facilities, and in an integrated manner with new conventional residential land uses.

The Affected Area is currently zoned Rural Horticulture and is subject to the dedicated Windamere Park Subzone. This subzone has been prepared in recognition of the Affected Areas use for disability support services. Despite the dedicated Subzone, the corresponding application of the Limited Land Division Overlay and a 10-hectare Minimum Site Area Technical and Numeric Variation (TNV) leads to the division of land being a restricted form of development. The limitation on land division and large minimum allotment size results in a situation that development of SDA is not feasible as investment can not be raised without the ability to create certificates of title.

As such, the Code Amendment proposes to remove the Limited Land Division Overlay and amend the Minimum Site Area TNV to enable the cohesive development of SDA housing integrated with conventional dwellings in a manner that recognises the need to retain the Windamere Park services.

Initiation approved by the Minister on 31 January 2022.

Consultation is expected to commence in April 2022.

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On consultation

Code Amendments must follow an Engagement Plan which complies with the Community Engagement Charter.

When Amendments are publicly notified, they are published on the PlanSA portal for you to have your say. Consultation may also involve public events, public notices and brochures.

It is important to note that the consultation approach will be different for each Code Amendment. Under each Code Amendment on consultation below, an Engagement Plan outlining how the engagement will be undertaken, and information about how to have your say for each amendment, is provided. Contact details are also provided for each Code Amendment should you wish to speak to someone directly.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
Chief Executive, Attorney-General's Department

Contact Details:
PlanSA
T: 1800 752 664

Overview:

The Chief Executive of the Attorney-General’s Department is proposing to rezone 235 hectares of land across Hackham and Old Noarlunga to address an immediate need for further land supply and population growth in the south of Adelaide. The rezoning will facilitate a potential residential development of approximately 2000 new houses plus a retail centre in Hackham, as well as provide new policy to improve development on sloping land.

206.1 hectares of this land, located on Main South Road (between Hepenstal Road and Church Hill Road) in Hackham, is currently zoned as Rural. It is proposed that this land be rezoned to Master Planned Neighbourhood Zone, to allow for housing to be developed in a logical and sequential way.

In Old Noarlunga and Hackham, 15.2 hectares is currently zoned Employment and is proposed to be rezoned Master Planned Neighbourhood Zone.

13.7 hectares of land at Old Noarlunga —currently zoned Rural— is proposed to be rezoned Rural Neighbourhood Zone. This proposed change better aligns the zoning with the existing land uses in Old Noarlunga and is not intended to result in any changes to the area. In addition, a Minimum Site Area Technical and Numeric Variation of 2 hectares is proposed to prevent allotments being further subdivided, to ensure a clear separation between Old Noarlunga and the new development which is proposed to occur in Hackham.

A new concept plan is also being introduced to assist in addressing infrastructure requirements for land proposed to be rezoned Master Planned Neighbourhood Zone.

Initiation approved by the Minister on 23 July 2021.

Initiation documents

Consultation documents

Supporting documents

Submission details - have your say

Via the online submission form

Email: plansasubmissions@sa.gov.au

Post: GPO Box 1815, Adelaide SA 5001

Hard copies of the Code Amendment will be available for viewing during standard opening hours at:

  • Level 5, 50 Flinders Street, Adelaide
  • City of Onkaparinga office, Noarlunga Centre
  • City of Onkaparinga Woodcroft office, 175 Bains Road, Morphett Vale
  • Seaford Library, Grand Blvd, Seaford

Engagement events

There are community information sessions planned during the consultation period.

Community drop-in information sessions will be held at the Old Noarlunga Institute Hall on:

  • Wednesday 15 June 2022 between 12:00 pm and 3:00 pm
  • Wednesday 15 June 2022 between 4:00 pm and 7:00 pm
  • Saturday 25 June 2022 between 1:00 pm and 4:00 pm

Online briefing sessions will be held on:

  • Thursday 7 July 2022 between 10:00 am and 11:00 am
  • Thursday 7 July 2022 between 3:00 pm and 4:00 pm

In accordance with the State Government’s COVID-rules all participants must register for a session(s) via Eventbrite. Visit PlanSAevents.eventbrite.com to book.

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Consultation completed

The engagement process for these Code Amendments has now been completed. The Designated Entity will review and summarise all submissions received.

At this stage, the Designated Entity may also need to undertake further investigations or meet with government agencies to resolve identified issues.

The Designated Entity must then prepare an Engagement Report which includes:

  • details of the engagement which has occurred on the Code Amendment
  • the issues identified through the engagement and any outcomes arising following consideration of those issues
  • information about any change to the original proposal that the designated entity considers should be made
  • an analysis and evaluation of the engagement undertaken against the principles of the Community Engagement Charter.

Once the Engagement Report and proposed Amendment have been finalised, they are submitted to Minister for Planning. The Minister will assess the Code Amendment (with advice from the State Planning Commission) and then makes a decision to:

  • adopt the Code Amendment as proposed during consultation; or
  • make alterations to the proposed Code Amendment and adopt the Code Amendment as amended; or
  • divide the Code Amendment into separate parts and adopt one or more of those parts; or
  • determine that the Code Amendment should not proceed.

Once a decision has been made, the decision will be published on the PlanSA portal within 5 days. The Minister has not yet made a decision on these Code Amendments.

Contact details are provided for the Designated Entity for each Code Amendment should you wish to speak to someone directly.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
City of Charles Sturt

Contact Details:
Jim Gronthos
T: (08) 8408 1111

Overview:

The City of Charles Sturt is proposing to rezone land at Albert Park to enable a diversity of low to medium density housing and commercial development. The Affected Area (area investigated for the proposed rezoning) comprises around 11 ha of land bound by Port Road, West Lakes Boulevard, Glyde Street, Osborne Street, Grace Street, and south of Jervois Street (refer to Area Affected map below).

The land is currently located within the Strategic Employment Zone and Employment Zone and comprised primarily of large scale industrial and commercial buildings, a church, and low-density residential properties located in the General Neighbourhood Zone.

The Code Amendment investigations propose the Suburban Business Zone and Housing Diversity Neighbourhood Zone be applied to most of the affected area. This rezoning will implement key targets of The 30-Year Plan for Greater Adelaide by providing opportunity for increased housing diversity in proximity to community infrastructure and services.

Public consultation on this Code Amendment was held from 21 March 2022 to  23 May 2022.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
City of Charles Sturt

Contact Details:
Jim Gronthos, City of Charles Sturt
T: (08) 8408 1111

Overview:

The City of Charles Sturt is proposing to rezone land at Kidman Park to enable a diversity of low to medium density housing and commercial development. The Affected Area (area investigated for the proposed rezoning) comprises around 12.6 ha of land bound by Findon Road, Valetta Road, the River Torrens (Karrawirra Parri) to the south and residential land uses to the west (see area affected map).

The draft Code Amendment investigations propose the Urban Renewal Neighbourhood Zone be applied to the Affected Area. This rezoning will implement key targets of The 30-Year Plan for Greater Adelaide by providing opportunity for increased housing diversity in proximity to community infrastructure and services.

Initiation approved by the Minister on 14 October 2021.

Public consultation on this Code Amendment was held from 12 April 2022 to 14 June 2022.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
City of Charles Sturt

Contact Details:

T: (08) 8408 1111

Overview:

This rezoning process was commenced as a Development Plan Amendment (DPA) under the old planning system. If approved, the intent of the rezoning will be transitioned directly into the Planning and Design Code as a Code Amendment.

The focus of the DPA is to rezone the existing Urban Employment Zone in Kilkenny, north of the railway line. The affected area is proposed to be rezoned to facilitate higher density residential and mixed use development.

The DPA investigations confirm that the land is suited to residential infill and can be economically serviced. The draft DPA considers preferred building heights, transport, environmental noise, stormwater management, infrastructure and public open space.

Further information is available on the City of Charles Sturt website.

Supporting documents

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
Pierson Pty Ltd

Contact Details:
Emily Nankivell
T: (08) 8221 5511

Overview:

Pierson Pty Ltd (Designated Entity) proposes a Code Amendment in relation to the land located at 25  Pierson Street, Lockleys (the Affected Area). The Affected Area is presently within the Employment Zone and contains the Westpac Mortgage Centre and the Lockleys Child Care and Early Learning Centre. The Designated Entity has a vision to establish a medium density residential development on the Affected Area. This vision necessitates the Affected Area being rezoned from the Employment Zone to an alternate and appropriate neighbourhood-type zone. The Urban Neighbourhood Zone has been identified as an appropriate zone for the purposes of the Code Amendment.

The rezoning will facilitate the redevelopment of the Affected Area from an intensive commercial use to a primarily medium density residential use with smaller low scale non-residential uses that provide services to support the local community. The future redevelopment of the site in this way will provide opportunities to significantly improve the amenity of the locality and pedestrian linkages to the River Torrens Linear Park, together with opportunities to reduce hard paved surfaces on the site, increase impervious surfaces and allow opportunities to provide public open space.

In addition, the proposed rezoning aligns with a number of relevant State Planning Policies in relation to integrated planning (including housing density, diversity and affordability), design quality, employment lands, strategic transport infrastructure (including opportunities for non-car dependent travel), natural hazards and water quality. It also aligns with a number of relevant policies within the 30-Year Plan for Greater Adelaide. In particular, the Code Amendment correlates with the 30-Year Plan policies in respect to transit corridors, growth areas and activity centres, design quality, housing mix, affordability and competitiveness, health, wellbeing and inclusion, the economy and jobs and transport.

Public consultation on this Code Amendment was held from 13 September 2021 to  24 October 2021.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
T & J Viney Property Pty Ltd

Contact Details:
Anna Deller-Coombs
T: (08) 8333 7999

Overview:

The Proponent (T & J Viney Property Pty Ltd) is seeking to rezone a single allotment at McEvoy Road, Virginia from Deferred Urban to Master Planned Township Zone. The Affected Area is a vacant site with an area of 10.30 hectares and is more accurately described as Lot 22 in Filed Plan 114583. The Affected Area is a triangular shaped allotment bordered by Port Wakefield Road to the south-west and McEvoy Road to the north and a large vacant allotment to the east.

The Affected Area was identified in the previous Playford Growth Areas Structure Plan, December 2013 as being appropriate for residential type land uses. A corresponding Playford Urban Growth Areas (Angle Vale, Playford North Extension and Virginia) and General Amendments Development Plan Amendment was undertaken by the (then) Minister for Planning. Final authorisation of this previous DPA and subsequent rezoning of individuals land was contingent on landowners agreeing and executing applicable Infrastructure Agreements and a corresponding Land Management Agreement. Due to extenuating circumstances at the time, the Proponent was not in a position to execute the Infrastructure Agreements and Land Management Agreements. As such, the Affected Area was not rezoned for residential purposes as expected. Rather, the DPA resulted in the land being zoned Deferred Urban. This zone does not facilitate development for residential purposes.

The Proponent has now executed the Infrastructure Agreements and Land Management Agreement. As such, the proposal seeks to rezone the allotment to the Master Planned Township Zone and apply the Emerging Township Activity Centre Subzone. This will result in the consistent application of Code policy within the locality.

Public consultation on this Code Amendment was held from 28 March 2022 to 9 May 2022.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
OSB Pty Ltd

Contact Details:
Kayla Gaskin-Harvey, Future Urban
T: (08) 8221 5511

Overview:

OSB Pty Ltd are proposing to amend the Planning and Design Code as it relates to two allotments located at 36-70 Gumeracha Road and 64 Baden Terrace in O’Sullivan Beach (referred to as the Affected Area) from the Strategic Employment Zone to the General Neighbourhood Zone, to enable the land to be developed for residential purposes.

The General Neighbourhood Zone has been identified as the most appropriate zone for the rezoning and will form a contiguous extension of the residential area to the west of the Affected Area.

The proposed rezoning aligns with several relevant State Planning Policies and the 30-Year Plan for Greater Adelaide.

Public consultation on this Code Amendment was held from 13 September 2021 to 24 October 2021.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
YS Super Investments Pty Ltd

Contact Details:
Emily Nankivell, Future Urban
T: (08) 8221 5511

Overview:

YS Super Investments Pty Ltd (Proponent) is proposing to rezone the land located on the south-east corner of Main North Road and Nottage Terrace, specifically 1-5 Nottage Terrace, Medindie and 43 Main North Road, Medindie (Affected Area). The Affected Area is approximately 7,300 square metres in size and contains the Scotty’s Motel, two detached dwellings and vacant land.

The Affected Area is currently zoned Suburban Business and Established Neighbourhood and is subject to a number of Overlays and Technical Numeric Variations (TNVs). The Affected Area forms part of the Main North Road and Nottage Terrace intersection, which is a prominent location in Metropolitan Adelaide and provides a gateway to North Adelaide and the Adelaide CBD, with Main North Road providing a major transport corridor between the CBD and the north of Adelaide. The land immediately opposite the Affected Area and located on the western side of Main North Road and northern side of Nottage Terrace is zoned Urban Corridor (Business). The proposed rezoning seeks to zone the Affected Area as Urban Corridor (Business) consistent with the other parcels of land located on the intersection.

The rezoning will provide for future development of the Affected Area, including by way of mixed use development comprising commercial and medium density residential development consistent with anticipated future development of other parcels located on the Main North Road and Nottage Terrace intersection. The rezoning also enables the development potential of the Affected Area to be recognised in relation to both land use and built form that respects the prominence of the Affected Area.

The rezoning also ensures that impacts of future development on adjoining land located in the Established Neighbourhood Zone will be appropriately managed through development policy that mitigates impacts of future development at interface areas.

This rezoning is consistent with key objectives of the State Planning Policies and will implement key targets of The 30-Year Plan for Greater Adelaide and 2020-2024: Living in the Town of Walkerville a strategic community plan by providing opportunities for increased housing diversity and commercial and businesses uses that will utilise and strengthen the existing transport corridors, appropriately respond to and mitigate impacts of future development on interface areas and strengthen connections to North Adelaide and the Adelaide CBD.

Public consultation on this Code Amendment was held from  9 August 2021 to 19 September 2021.

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Finalised

The Minister has made a decision on the Code Amendments listed below.

The Code Amendment comes into effect once it is published in the online Planning and Design Code on the SA planning portal. A list of all changes to the Code can be viewed in the ‘Table of Amendments’ in Part 13 of the Code.

When a Code Amendment is approved by the Minister and published in the Code, it must be referred to the Environment, Resources and Development Committee of Parliament for review. Submissions can be made to this Committee, who may make recommendations to the Minister about possible changes to the approved Code. Contact details are provided for the Designated Entity for each Code Amendment should you wish to speak to someone directly.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
Pierce Matthews Pty Ltd, Buckingham Arms Pty Ltd, GBS Café Pty Ltd and Seymews Nominees Pty Ltd (Walkerville)

Contact Details:
Nitsan Taylor, Holmes Dyer Pty Ltd
T: (08) 7231 1889

Overview:

Pierce Matthews Pty Ltd, Buckingham Arms Hotel Pty Ltd, GBS Café Pty Ltd and Seymews Nominees Pty Ltd is proposing to rezone 6,200m2 of land at 1 Walkerville Terrace, Gilberton, to facilitate development of the site for residential and complementary mixed-use purposes.

The land is identified as a strategic 'gateway' site in state and local government strategies, reflecting its position at the entry to the Town of Walkerville on a primary road corridor with high frequency public transport and access to the significant open space provided by the adjacent Adelaide Park Lands.

The land is currently zoned as Local Activity Centre Zone. It is proposed to rezone the land to the Urban Corridor (Living) Zone, which envisages medium density housing of up to 6 levels in height and complementary non-residential activities. The Urban Corridor (Living) Zone includes incentives that support increased development yield / building height where a future development application can meet strict design criteria relating to the management of off-site impacts, design quality, affordable housing or sustainability features.

Consultation was undertaken from 29 October 2021 to 10 December 2021.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
ALDI Stores

Contact Details:
Anna Deller-Coombs - Principal Consultant, URPS
T: (08) 8333 7999

Overview:

The Code Amendment rezoned land at 19-29 Glynburn Road, Glynde (the Affected Area) in order to establish a more supportive planning policy framework for retail development.

The Code Amendment unlocks the development potential of the Affected Area through the establishment of a consistent policy framework as expressed in the Suburban Activity Centre Zone. The Suburban Activity Centre Zone allows for shops of a range of sizes as well as offices, entertainment, health and recreation related uses. This includes the possibility of developing a mid-size supermarket (~2000m2) on the land.

In addition, the Code Amendment establishes a better land use transition between the Affected Area and the existing residential properties to the north which will assist with the management of interface issues such as noise.

Public consultation on this Code Amendment was held from 6 September 2021 to 18 October 2021.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
ACP Mooringe Pty Ltd

Contact Details:
Nitsan Taylor, Holmes Dyer
T: (08) 7231 1889

Overview:

The Code Amendment rezoned 1.2 hectares of disused industrial land at 65-73 Mooringe Avenue, Plympton, to facilitate development of the site for residential purposes. The land has undergone significant remediation to ensure it is suitable for residential use.

The amended zone is Housing Diversity Neighbourhood, which envisages medium density housing to support a range of needs and lifestyles within easy reach of a diversity of services and facilities.

The subject land has the potential to be a key strategic infill site, offering the opportunity for increased density and a diverse range of housing options, providing affordability and choice to better meet the changing needs of the community.

Rezoning of the site supports the urban regeneration and housing supply goals of The 30-Year Plan for Greater Adelaide (2017 Update) by utilising established urban areas for residential infill development and encouraging population growth in proximity to community infrastructure and services.

Public consultation on this Code Amendment was held from 19 July 2021 to 26 August 2021.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
Clyde and Janice Phillips

Contact Details:
Bethany Hold, Holmes Dyer
T: (08) 7231 1889

Overview:

The Code Amendment applied to approximately 12.14 hectares of vacant and underutilised land adjacent to Randell Road within the Alexandrina Council. The land is currently located within the Rural Living Zone and the Code Amendment does not seek to rezone the land. The Code Amendment sought to reduce the existing Minimum Site Area from 2 hectares to 7,500 square metres to allow for the creation of up to 20 residential allotments.

Public consultation on this Code Amendment was held from 25 October 2021 to 19 November 2021.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
Minister for Planning and Local Government

Contact Details:
PlanSA
T: 1800 752 664

Overview:

This rezoning process was commenced as a Development Plan Amendment (PDF, 3538 KB) under the old planning system. When approved the intent of the rezoning was transitioned directly into the Planning and Design Code as a Code Amendment.

Publication details

Date: 1 July 2021

Planning and Design Code Version Number: 2021.8

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
Walker Corporation (incorporating Walker Pastoral Pty Ltd and Walker Waterloo Corner Pty Ltd)

Contact Details:
Julie Jansen, Masterplan
T: (08) 8193 5600

Overview:

Walker Corporation has recently commenced the construction of the first stages of the master planned community at Buckland Park, referred to as Riverlea. At the time planning policies were established for the development of Buckland Park, an allocation of approximately 60 hectares was made for the principal centre, which was then known as the District Centre and is now known as the Suburban Activity Centre. Since the policies were established there has been substantial change in retailing and service delivery, which has reduced the demand for land to accommodate these uses and a rationalisation of the boundaries of the Suburban Activity Centre Zone is appropriate.

The Walker Corporation now propose to develop portion of the land on the northern side of Riverlea Boulevard (the principal access), that is located within the Suburban Activity Centre Zone for residential purposes. The Code Amendment decreased the Suburban Activity Centre Zone in size and confined it to be located on the southern side of Riverlea Boulevard. The remaining Suburban Activity Centre Zone has an area of approximately 42 hectares and will continue to facilitate a wide range of retail, commercial, service and employment opportunities to support the developing Riverlea community.

This Code Amendment entitled the “Buckland Park Suburban Activity Centre Zone Code Amendment” was prepared by the Walker Corporation (the Designated Entity) to alter the zoning of the land within the Suburban Activity Centre Zone.

Public consultation on this Code Amendment was held from 6 September 2021 to 1 October 2021.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
City of Port Adelaide Enfield

Contact Details:

T: (08) 8405 6600

Overview:

This rezoning process was commenced as a Development Plan Amendment (DPA) under the old planning system. When approved the intent of the rezoning was transitioned directly into the Planning and Design Code as a Code Amendment.

The DPA sought to rezone light industrial land in Croydon Park to allow for mixed use residential and retail development.

Further information is available on the City of Port Adelaide Enfield's website.

Supporting materials

Publication details

Date: 4 November 2021

Planning and Design Code version number 2021.16

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
District Council of Robe

Contact Details:

T: (08) 8768 2003

Overview:

This rezoning process was commenced as a Development Plan Amendment (DPA) under the old planning system. When approved the intent of the rezoning was transitioned directly into the Planning and Design Code as a Code Amendment.

The DPA rezoned land at Robe from Conservation Zone (Coastal Areas Overlay) to the Employment Zone.

Further information is available on the District Council of Robe's website.

Publication details

Date: 24 December 2020

Planning and Design Code Version Number: 2.2

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
Adelaide Hebrew Congregation Inc, Belljo Pty Ltd and Flemington Street Pty Ltd

Contact Details:
Anna Deller-Coombs
T: (08) 8333 7999

Overview:

Adelaide Hebrew Congregation Inc., Belljo Pty Ltd & Flemington Street Pty Ltd proposed an amendment to the Planning and Design Code for land located at 13 Flemington Street, Glenside. The land forming part of this Code Amendment comprises both an existing synagogue and a former primary school (Massada College).

The land affected by this Code Amendment is identified as a strategic infill site which is located in proximity of the existing Glenside redevelopment, other residential activities and is conveniently located in relation to public transport and services.

The lands former zoning as Community Facilities did not enable the realisation of this potential. As such, the Code Amendment rezoned the land to the Housing Diversity Neighbourhood Zone. This zone is consistent with other land immediately adjacent the Affected Area and will enable the staged redevelopment of this largely dormant site for residential type activities. The proposal includes the insertion of policy which seeks to limit new buildings to a maximum height of 2-storeys and a minimum site area of 200 square metres.

Public consultation on this Code Amendment was held from 27 October 2021 to 8 December 2021.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
District Council of Lower Eyre Peninsula

Contact Details:

T: (08) 8676 0400

Overview:

This rezoning process was commenced as a Development Plan Amendment (DPA) under the old planning system. When approved the intent of the rezoning was transitioned directly into the Planning and Design Code as a Code Amendment.

The DPA rezoned approximately 5000 square metres of land within the Infrastructure Zone to the Neighbourhood Zone. The rezoning will provide for approximately 5-6 residential allotments next to the existing Holly Rise residential estate in Coffin Bay.

Publication details

Date: 7 March 2021

Planning and Design Code Version Number: 2021.1

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
Mount Barker District Council

Contact Details:

T: (08) 8391 7200

Overview:

This rezoning process was commenced as a Development Plan Amendment (DPA) under the old planning system. When approved the intent of the rezoning was transitioned directly into the Planning and Design Code as a Code Amendment.

The DPA proposed to rezone a portion of the Kanmantoo Copper Mine site to enable redevelopment of surplus mining facilities and infrastructure for employment activities.

Further information is available on the Mount Barker District Council's website.

Supporting materials

Publication details

Date: 4 November 2021

Planning and Design Code version number 2021.16

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
State Planning Commission

Contact Details:
Office for Design and Architecture SA
T: (08) 8402 1884

Overview:

The Local Design Review Code Amendment has been adopted by the Minister for Planning and Local Government. This Amendment gives effect to the Local Design Review Scheme, which provides a consistent state-wide approach for councils to establish their own Design Review panels for local development proposals.

During the six-week consultation period 14 submissions were received. As a result, the proposed Amendment was updated to improve early proponent access to Local Design Review, reduce administration by council staff and improve customer service. This demonstrates the Community Engagement Charter in action and how South Australians have helped to influence better outcomes for our state.

The Engagement Report is available below and details the process and outcomes of the engagement, including a summary of the feedback received and how the proposed Amendment was updated.

The Amendment will come into effect when consolidated into the online Planning and Design Code, which will occur in early 2022.

You can learn more about Local Design Review by downloading the overview brochure below and by visiting the Local Design Review page.

Public consultation on this Code Amendment was held from 12 August 2021 to 27 September 2021.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
Town of Gawler

Contact Details:

T: (08) 8522 9211

Overview:

This rezoning process was commenced as a Development Plan Amendment (DPA) under the old planning system. When approved the intent of the rezoning was transitioned directly into the Planning and Design Code as a Code Amendment.

The DPA sought to list 150 properties previously identified as contributory items (now Representative Buildings) as Local Heritage Places.

Further information is available on the Town of Gawler website.

Publication details

Date: 14 October 2021

Planning and Design Code Version Number 2021.15

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
City of Holdfast Bay

Contact Details:

T: (08) 8229 9999

Overview:

This rezoning process was commenced as a Development Plan Amendment (DPA) under the old planning system. When approved the intent of the rezoning was transitioned directly into the Planning and Design Code as a Code Amendment.

The DPA sought to list 29 properties previously identified as contributory items (now Representative Buildings) as Local Heritage Places.

Further information is available on the City of Holdfast Bay's website.

Publication details

Date: 4 November 2021

Planning and Design Code version number 2021.16

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
Mount Barker District Council

Contact Details:

T: (08) 8391 7200

Overview:

This rezoning process was commenced as a Development Plan Amendment (DPA) under the old planning system. When approved the intent of the rezoning was transitioned directly into the Planning and Design Code as a Code Amendment.

The DPA sought to list 42 properties previously identified as contributory items (now Representative Buildings) as Local Heritage Places.

Further information is available on the Mount Barker District Council's website.

Publication details

Date: 4 November 2021

Planning and Design Code version number 2021.16

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
Town of Walkerville

Contact Details:

T: (08) 8342 7100

Overview:

This rezoning process was commenced as a Development Plan Amendment (DPA) under the old planning system. When approved the intent of the rezoning was transitioned directly into the Planning and Design Code as a Code Amendment.

The DPA sought to list 54 properties previously identified as contributory items (now Representative Buildings) as Local Heritage Places.

Further information is available on the Town of Walkerville's website.

Publication details

Date: 4 November 2021

Planning and Design Code version number 2021.16

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
District Council of Streaky Bay

Contact Details:
Penny Williams
T: (08) 8626 1001

Overview:

The Code Amendment rezoned 13 hectares of land identified as Lot 615 Loveshack Route, Streaky Bay, from the Deferred Urban Zone to the Neighbourhood Zone. The rezoning of the land will allow for low density residential development that provides housing options within the Streaky Bay Township.

This rezoning implements a recommendation arising from the Streaky Bay Township Master Plan, adopted in 2010, which recommended the rezoning of this land to ‘Residential’ as a ‘high priority’.

Public consultation on this Code Amendment was held from 2 August 2021 to 10 September 2021.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
Chief Executive, Attorney-General's Department

Contact Details:
PlanSA
T: 1800 752 664

Overview:

The Code Amendment rezones land in Mount Compass from Neighbourhood Zone and Recreation Zone to Golf Course Estate Zone.

The affected area includes the Mount Compass Golf Course and adjoining residential estate, which is located approximately one kilometre south-west of the existing township of Mount Compass.

The Code Amendment also introduces a new concept plan to clearly identify the extent of the golf course development and help guide the location of associated land uses and activities.

Public consultation on this Code Amendment was held from 10 September 2021 to 22 October 2021.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
Chief Executive, Attorney-General's Department

Contact Details:
PlanSA
T: 1800 752 664

Overview:

The Code Amendment rezoned 1,020 hectares of land from the Deferred Urban Zone to the Strategic Employment Zone and applied the Significant Industry Subzone.

The Amendment is of State strategic economic importance, and the affected area has been identified for potential renewable energy and hydrogen industry development occurring over the next five years. The Amendment will facilitate the anticipated development of the site, generating significant employment and economic opportunities in the region.

Public consultation on this Code Amendment was held from 6 September 2021 to 1 October 2021.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
Chief Executive, Attorney-General’s Department

Contact Details:
PlanSA
T: 1800 752 664

Overview:

The South Australian Government is progressing infrastructure initiatives of state significance in Adelaide’s Riverbank Precinct including the development of the proposed new Women’s and Children’s Hospital.

The Code Amendment sought to ensure the current zoning and policy is appropriate and provides the strategic framework to guide future development. The Code Amendment was revised as a result of the community engagement period, held from 15 September 2021 to 27 October 2021. Detail about the feedback received and the changes made can be found in the post consultation documents below.

Summary of the Code Amendment

Designated Entity:
City of Mitcham

Contact Details:

T: (08) 8372 8888

Overview:

This rezoning process was commenced as a Development Plan Amendment (DPA) under the old planning system. If approved, the intent of the rezoning will be transitioned directly into the Planning and Design Code as a Code Amendment.

The DPA proposes to rezone land across Cumberland Park, Westborne Park, Hawthorn, Springfield, Belair, Blackwood, Eden Hills and Coromandel Valley to recognise and maintain valued residential character.

Further information is available on the City of Mitcham's website.

Publication details

Date: 17 March 2022

Planning and Design Code version number 2022.5

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