St Clair Residential Draft Development Plan Amendment (Privately Funded)
The City of Charles Sturt proposes changes to the Charles Sturt Council Development Plan via the St Clair Residential Draft Development Plan Amendment (draft DPA) (Privately Funded). The affected area by the draft DPA relates to the existing Trident Plastics factory at 589-599 Torrens Road, St Clair (refer to the red shaded area on the plan to the right) .
The draft DPA seeks to rezone the existing Urban Employment Zone in St Clair to a Residential Zone under the Woodville Medium Density Policy Area 21 (which is the zone for land directly to the east and south of the affected area) to facilitate medium density residential development consistent with the character and density of residential development within St Clair, while also providing vehicular, pedestrian and open space linkages throughout the locality.
The draft DPA investigations confirm that the land is suited to residential infill and can be economically serviced. The investigations related to a range of matters including preferred building heights, a transport impact assessment, an environmental noise assessment, stormwater management, other infrastructure and public open space. The findings can be viewed in the draft DPA and summarised in the 'Information Brochure' in the Document Library.
What are the key proposed changes?
- Rezone the affected area from Urban Employment Zone to a Residential Zone, Woodville Medium Density Policy Area 21 to facilitate residential development.
- Amendments to Woodville Medium
Density Policy Area 21 including:
- Desire for up to 3 storey-built form adjacent to Torrens Road within the affected area.
- Desire for the future provision of an internal road network and vehicle access from Torrens Road to/from the affected area and for a secondary vehicle connection with existing roads to the east and south of the affected area.
- Desire for safe and convenient pedestrian linkages with the surrounding locality.
- Apply the ‘Noise and Air Emissions’ and ‘Affordable Housing’ overlays to the land.
- Introduction of amended policy
maps relevant to the area affected.
How can I view the draft DPA and Public Submissions?
For information on the draft DPA:
- View and download the submissions received online or at the front counter of our Civic Centre, 72 Woodville Road, Woodville.
- View and download the Information Brochure online.
- View and download the draft DPA online.
Submissions were able to be lodged in one of three ways - online, email and post. Submissions had to be received by 5pm, Friday 11 September 2020 and the invitation to lodge a submission has now closed.
A total of 22 submissions were received during the consultation process. All submissions are public documents and are available for public viewing.
A public meeting to hear verbal submissions was held on Monday 21 September 2020 at 7.30pm at the City of Charles Sturt Civic Centre, 72 Woodville Road, Woodville.
After the Public Meeting Council considered all submissions and endorsed the final Draft DPA at the Council Meeting on Monday 23 November 2020. Refer to the Agenda for a copy of the report and appendices considered by the City Services Committee on Monday 16 November 2020 and Council on Monday 23 November 2020.
A report has now been sent to the Minister for Planning seeking authorisation of the DPA. The Minister can approve the DPA, approve the DPA subject to certain changes, or decline to approve the DPA.