Residential City-Wide Policies DPA

Consultation has concluded

Council has prepared the Residential City-Wide Policies Development Plan Amendment (DPA) to amend various residential development provisions in the Charles Sturt Development Plan.

The focus of the DPA is the Residential Zone and Policy Areas. There are some 142 amendments proposed to the Charles Sturt Council Development Plan including, but not limited to, updating Desired Character statements, changes to minimum site area requirements, refinement of fencing policies for the West Lakes area, refinement to the ‘Building Restriction Area’ provisions for coastal policy areas, and expansion of Policy Area 20 and refinement of the associated policies for this area.

A number of changes area also proposed to the Development Regulations 2008, including changes to Schedule 3 to reflect the proposed fencing policies within West Lakes, and exempting dwellings in the ‘Building Restriction Area’ from Schedule 4 – Complying development (Clause 2B – New Dwellings).

We are now seeking community feedback on the proposed amendments.

You can:

Hard copy written submissions may be forwarded to John Tagliaferri, Senior Policy Planner, City of Charles Sturt, PO Box 1, Woodville 5011. Submission respondents should indicate their desire to be heard at a public meeting scheduled for the evening of 18 April 2017.

Copies of all written submissions are public documents, as per legislation. You can view the submissions received here:

They are also available for viewing at Council’s Civic Centre from 3-18 April 2017.

For more information, and to RSVP for the public meeting, contact John Tagliaferri on 8408 1827 or jtagliaferri@charlessturt.sa.gov.au.

Consultation closed on 31 March. Hearing to be held 18 April.

Council has prepared the Residential City-Wide Policies Development Plan Amendment (DPA) to amend various residential development provisions in the Charles Sturt Development Plan.

The focus of the DPA is the Residential Zone and Policy Areas. There are some 142 amendments proposed to the Charles Sturt Council Development Plan including, but not limited to, updating Desired Character statements, changes to minimum site area requirements, refinement of fencing policies for the West Lakes area, refinement to the ‘Building Restriction Area’ provisions for coastal policy areas, and expansion of Policy Area 20 and refinement of the associated policies for this area.

A number of changes area also proposed to the Development Regulations 2008, including changes to Schedule 3 to reflect the proposed fencing policies within West Lakes, and exempting dwellings in the ‘Building Restriction Area’ from Schedule 4 – Complying development (Clause 2B – New Dwellings).

We are now seeking community feedback on the proposed amendments.

You can:

Hard copy written submissions may be forwarded to John Tagliaferri, Senior Policy Planner, City of Charles Sturt, PO Box 1, Woodville 5011. Submission respondents should indicate their desire to be heard at a public meeting scheduled for the evening of 18 April 2017.

Copies of all written submissions are public documents, as per legislation. You can view the submissions received here:

They are also available for viewing at Council’s Civic Centre from 3-18 April 2017.

For more information, and to RSVP for the public meeting, contact John Tagliaferri on 8408 1827 or jtagliaferri@charlessturt.sa.gov.au.

Consultation closed on 31 March. Hearing to be held 18 April.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Submissions must be received by 5pm, 31 March.

    Copies of all written submissions will be public documents and made available for viewing at Council’s Civic Centre and on Council's website from 3-18 April 2017.

    Submissions must be received by 5pm, 31 March.

    Copies of all written submissions will be public documents and made available for viewing at Council’s Civic Centre and on Council's website from 3-18 April 2017.

    Consultation has concluded