Draft Privately Funded Seaton Mixed Use (Residential and Commercial) Development Plan Amendment (DPA)

Consultation has concluded

Council has prepared the Privately Funded Seaton Mixed Use (Residential and Commercial) Development Plan Amendment (DPA) to replace the Industry Zone, Local Centre Zone and a parcel contained within the Residential Zone within the Affected Area with the Suburban Activity Node Zone Module from the South Australia Planning Policy Library (SAPPL).

The proposed zone envisages mixed-use development comprising commercial land uses and medium to high density residential development.

Key policy changes proposed through the draft DPA include:

  • Replacing the Industry Zone, Local Centre Zone and one parcel of Residential Zoned land contained in the Affected Area with the Suburban Activity Node Zone
  • Inclusion of a Core Area and Transition Area to address interface with the neighbouring Residential Zone
  • Inclusion of a Concept Plan to guide future redevelopment of the Affected Area
  • Amendments to the Affordable Housing Overlay
  • Amendments to the Noise and Air Emissions Overlay
  • Amendments to the Strategic Transport Routes Overlay
  • Amendments to General Section policy under Interface between Land Uses
  • Amendments to Table ChSt/2A – Off Street Vehicle Parking Requirements for Designated Areas to reference the Suburban Activity Node Zone as a Designated Area.

We are now seeking community feedback on the proposed amendment.

You can:

  • Download the Information Brochure
  • Download the full Privately Funded Seaton Mixed Use (Residential and Commercial) Zone DPA document
  • Download investigations that informed the draft DPA Related Information
  • View a hard copy of the Information Brochure and the Privately Funded Seaton Mixed Use (Residential and Commercial) Zone DPA document at Council’s Civic Centre and libraries
  • Make an online submission
  • Ask staff a question online
  • Request to be heard at a public meeting

Hard copy written submissions may be forwarded to Jim Gronthos, Senior Policy Planner, City of Charles Sturt, PO Box 1, Woodville SA 5011.

Submission respondents should indicate their desire to be heard at a public meeting scheduled for the evening of Monday 16 October 2017. This public meeting will not take place if no submissions are received or if no-one requests to be heard.

Copies of all written submission will be public documents and made available for viewing at Council’s Civic Centre and on Council’s website from Monday 18 September 2017 to Monday 16 October 2017.

For more information, and to RSVP for the public meeting, contact Jim Gronthos on 8408 1265 or jgronthos@charlessturt.sa.gov.au.

Consultation closes Friday 15 September 2017.

Council has prepared the Privately Funded Seaton Mixed Use (Residential and Commercial) Development Plan Amendment (DPA) to replace the Industry Zone, Local Centre Zone and a parcel contained within the Residential Zone within the Affected Area with the Suburban Activity Node Zone Module from the South Australia Planning Policy Library (SAPPL).

The proposed zone envisages mixed-use development comprising commercial land uses and medium to high density residential development.

Key policy changes proposed through the draft DPA include:

  • Replacing the Industry Zone, Local Centre Zone and one parcel of Residential Zoned land contained in the Affected Area with the Suburban Activity Node Zone
  • Inclusion of a Core Area and Transition Area to address interface with the neighbouring Residential Zone
  • Inclusion of a Concept Plan to guide future redevelopment of the Affected Area
  • Amendments to the Affordable Housing Overlay
  • Amendments to the Noise and Air Emissions Overlay
  • Amendments to the Strategic Transport Routes Overlay
  • Amendments to General Section policy under Interface between Land Uses
  • Amendments to Table ChSt/2A – Off Street Vehicle Parking Requirements for Designated Areas to reference the Suburban Activity Node Zone as a Designated Area.

We are now seeking community feedback on the proposed amendment.

You can:

  • Download the Information Brochure
  • Download the full Privately Funded Seaton Mixed Use (Residential and Commercial) Zone DPA document
  • Download investigations that informed the draft DPA Related Information
  • View a hard copy of the Information Brochure and the Privately Funded Seaton Mixed Use (Residential and Commercial) Zone DPA document at Council’s Civic Centre and libraries
  • Make an online submission
  • Ask staff a question online
  • Request to be heard at a public meeting

Hard copy written submissions may be forwarded to Jim Gronthos, Senior Policy Planner, City of Charles Sturt, PO Box 1, Woodville SA 5011.

Submission respondents should indicate their desire to be heard at a public meeting scheduled for the evening of Monday 16 October 2017. This public meeting will not take place if no submissions are received or if no-one requests to be heard.

Copies of all written submission will be public documents and made available for viewing at Council’s Civic Centre and on Council’s website from Monday 18 September 2017 to Monday 16 October 2017.

For more information, and to RSVP for the public meeting, contact Jim Gronthos on 8408 1265 or jgronthos@charlessturt.sa.gov.au.

Consultation closes Friday 15 September 2017.

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