Kilkenny Mixed Use (Residential and Commercial) Development Plan Amendment (Privately Funded)
The City of Charles Sturt proposes changes to the Charles Sturt Council Development Plan via the Kilkenny Mixed Use (Residential and Commercial) Development Plan Amendment (DPA) (Privately Funded).
The focus of the DPA is to rezone the existing Urban Employment Zone in Kilkenny, north of the railway line (refer to the area outlined in red on the Area Affected Map opposite). The affected area is proposed to be included in the Suburban Activity Node Zone 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.
What are the key proposed changes?
- Rezone the land to a Suburban Activity Node Zone (a mixed use zone).
- Allow medium to high density residential development ranging from 2 to 5 storeys in different locations.
- Limit development along Mundulla Street to a maximum of 2 storeys (for a setback distance of 9.5 metres).
- Allow low impact and low intensity non-residential development to service the needs of the local area, concentrated along David and Wilpena Terraces.
- Apply the ‘Noise and Air Emissions’ and ‘Affordable Housing’ overlays to the land.
- Ensure pedestrian connections to MJ McInerney Reserve and the station platform.
- Allow for the location of the Outer Harbour Greenway through the subject land, adjacent to the railway corridor.
How can I view the draft DPA?
For information on the draft DPA:
- View the Information Brochure online.
- View the draft DPA online.
- View the draft DPA and Information Brochure at the Civic Centre, 72 Woodville Road, Woodville, from 8.30am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday.
- View the draft DPA and Information Brochure at any of Council's five libraries.
- Purchase a copy of the draft DPA at the Civic Centre ($20 for a paper copy or $5 for a compact disk).
- Download the written submissions received in relation to the draft DPA (after 14 April 2020).
How can I comment on the draft DPA?
Written submission must be received by Council no later than 5.00pm, Tuesday 14 April 2020.
Submissions can be submitted in one of three ways:
- Online by completing the Submission Form below; or
- Email email@example.com and clearly mark as 'Draft Kilkenny Mixed Use (Residential and Commercial) DPA - Submission' ; or
- Post to the Chief Executive Officer, City of Charles Sturt, PO Box 1, Woodville SA 5011and clearly mark as 'Draft Kilkenny Mixed Use (Residential and Commercial) DPA - Submission'.
Submission need to indicate if you wish to be heard at the public meeting.
All submissions will be public documents and made available for viewing at the end of the consultation period.
What will happen next?
A public meeting (if required) will be held on Monday 18 May 2020 at 6.00pm at the Civic Centre, Woodville Road, Woodville. Members of the public may attend and make verbal representations in relation to the draft DPA or any public submission. The public meeting may not be held if no submissions are received or if no-one requests to be heard.
After the public meeting Council will consider all submissions and may recommend changes to the DPA. A report will then be sent to the Minister for Planning seeking authorisation of the DPA (amended or otherwise). The Minister can approve the DPA, approve the DPA subject to certain changes, or decline to approve the DPA.