Urban Employment Zone DPA

Consultation has concluded

Help shape the Urban Employment Zone Development Plan Amendment

Council has prepared the draft Urban Employment Zone Development Plan Amendment (DPA) to replace the Industry Zone in the Charles Sturt Council Development Plan with the Urban Employment Zone Module from the South Australia Planning Policy Library (SAPPL).

A key objective of the draft DPA was to investigate the introduction of new policy from the SAPPL for land contained within the Industry Zone. In turn, this will provide for increased flexibility of appropriate land uses within the zone that can generate employment opportunities for the City.

Key policy changes proposed through the draft DPA include:

  • Replace the Industry Zone with the Urban Employment Zone Module from the SAPPL
  • Maintain the current Industry Interface Area with proposed amendments
  • Introduce a Core Industry Policy Area to formalise the existing areas not identified as Industry Interface Area
  • Introduce a Main Road Commercial Policy Area to provide greater land use flexibility along the fringes of the zone where adjacent to arterial roads
  • Expand the existing Bulky Goods Policy Area in Royal Park and introduce a new proposed Bulky Goods Policy Area in Woodville North (adjacent to Torrens Road) to provide greater investment attraction opportunities
  • Amend Table ChSt/1 – Conditions for Complying Development in relation to industrial land uses to address the usability of the compliance criteria/conditions and achieve consistency with the SAPPL.

We are now seeking community feedback on the proposed amendment.

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

Submissions Received

View a copy of all the submissions received here.

For more information contact Jim Gronthos on 8408 1265 or jgronthos@charlessturt.sa.gov.au.

Consultation closes Friday 5 May 2017.

Help shape the Urban Employment Zone Development Plan Amendment

Council has prepared the draft Urban Employment Zone Development Plan Amendment (DPA) to replace the Industry Zone in the Charles Sturt Council Development Plan with the Urban Employment Zone Module from the South Australia Planning Policy Library (SAPPL).

A key objective of the draft DPA was to investigate the introduction of new policy from the SAPPL for land contained within the Industry Zone. In turn, this will provide for increased flexibility of appropriate land uses within the zone that can generate employment opportunities for the City.

Key policy changes proposed through the draft DPA include:

  • Replace the Industry Zone with the Urban Employment Zone Module from the SAPPL
  • Maintain the current Industry Interface Area with proposed amendments
  • Introduce a Core Industry Policy Area to formalise the existing areas not identified as Industry Interface Area
  • Introduce a Main Road Commercial Policy Area to provide greater land use flexibility along the fringes of the zone where adjacent to arterial roads
  • Expand the existing Bulky Goods Policy Area in Royal Park and introduce a new proposed Bulky Goods Policy Area in Woodville North (adjacent to Torrens Road) to provide greater investment attraction opportunities
  • Amend Table ChSt/1 – Conditions for Complying Development in relation to industrial land uses to address the usability of the compliance criteria/conditions and achieve consistency with the SAPPL.

We are now seeking community feedback on the proposed amendment.

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

Submissions Received

View a copy of all the submissions received here.

For more information contact Jim Gronthos on 8408 1265 or jgronthos@charlessturt.sa.gov.au.

Consultation closes Friday 5 May 2017.

  • Submissions must be received by 5pm, 5 May.

    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 8-15 May 2017.

    Submissions must be received by 5pm, 5 May.

    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 8-15 May 2017.

    Consultation has concluded