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Welcome to Your Say Charles Sturt

Do you live, work or have an interest in Charles Sturt? Are you interested in having your views considered in Council decision making?

Your Say Charles Sturt is Council's dedicated community consultation website. It is designed so that you, and fellow community members, can contribute to some of the issues currently being considered by Council.

View the range of current consultation projects to see what’s going on and join the conversation! Sign up to the site and we will keep you in the loop with a newsletter to notify you of new online consultation projects.

What's happening in January?

  • We are preparing a public transport strategy place your comments on our interactive map or complete a survey
  • Share your memories and stories about the St Clair Recreation Centre
  • Keep up with the latest news, see what's on and find more information on Council's website

Keep up-to-date about Council events and programs via social media on facebook, twitter and Instagram. Use #CCSPics when taking photos in the area so that we can check them out. Other popular hashtags are #CCSDogs and #HenleySquare.

Just under 1,900 residents have been involved with Your Say Charles Sturt consultation projects to date.

Join the conversation!

Do you live, work or have an interest in Charles Sturt? Are you interested in having your views considered in Council decision making?

Your Say Charles Sturt is Council's dedicated community consultation website. It is designed so that you, and fellow community members, can contribute to some of the issues currently being considered by Council.

View the range of current consultation projects to see what’s going on and join the conversation! Sign up to the site and we will keep you in the loop with a newsletter to notify you of new online consultation projects.

What's happening in January?

  • We are preparing a public transport strategy place your comments on our interactive map or complete a survey
  • Share your memories and stories about the St Clair Recreation Centre
  • Keep up with the latest news, see what's on and find more information on Council's website

Keep up-to-date about Council events and programs via social media on facebook, twitter and Instagram. Use #CCSPics when taking photos in the area so that we can check them out. Other popular hashtags are #CCSDogs and #HenleySquare.

Just under 1,900 residents have been involved with Your Say Charles Sturt consultation projects to date.

Join the conversation!

  • New online tool for our Budget Consultation

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    This year we are trying something new with the Budget consultation. You have $28.4 million to spend. Use the budget allocator tool below to show us where you would like to see the 2013-14 capital budget spent.

    Click the Budget Allocator button to have a go at balancing 'Your Budget'!

    For more information, to download a copy of the Budget and to find out more about how you can have your say go to the Budget Consultation webpage.

    This year we are trying something new with the Budget consultation. You have $28.4 million to spend. Use the budget allocator tool below to show us where you would like to see the 2013-14 capital budget spent.

    Click the Budget Allocator button to have a go at balancing 'Your Budget'!

    For more information, to download a copy of the Budget and to find out more about how you can have your say go to the Budget Consultation webpage.

  • Have your say on the Council Budget!

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    Help us balance the priorities for rates and services for the 2013/2014 budget. You are invited to provide your thoughts and comments either in person or online.

    Come along and talk to Council Members and staff on Thursday 18 April 2013, Woodville Civic Centre from 4.30-7pm.

    Check out the new ‘budget allocator tool’, complete ‘Your Budget’ and tell us what is important to you. Or make an online submission.

    Check out the Budget Consultation Page to get involed!

     

    Help us balance the priorities for rates and services for the 2013/2014 budget. You are invited to provide your thoughts and comments either in person or online.

    Come along and talk to Council Members and staff on Thursday 18 April 2013, Woodville Civic Centre from 4.30-7pm.

    Check out the new ‘budget allocator tool’, complete ‘Your Budget’ and tell us what is important to you. Or make an online submission.

    Check out the Budget Consultation Page to get involed!

     

  • Council is reviewing its elector representation.

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    Council is undertaking a review of elector representation arrangements and wards areas to ensure that electors are being fairly represented. We are seeking your feedback on the Representation Review report.

    You can view the online project page, download the report and complete an online submission. Or view the report in person at Council Civic Centre and make a written submission to: Chief Executive Officer, PO Box 1, Woodville 5011.

    Anyone who makes a submission will be given the opportunity to appear before a meeting of Council in support of their submission. For more information call Kerrie Jackson on telephone (08) 8408 1115.

    Consultation closes Friday 26 April 2013.

    Council is undertaking a review of elector representation arrangements and wards areas to ensure that electors are being fairly represented. We are seeking your feedback on the Representation Review report.

    You can view the online project page, download the report and complete an online submission. Or view the report in person at Council Civic Centre and make a written submission to: Chief Executive Officer, PO Box 1, Woodville 5011.

    Anyone who makes a submission will be given the opportunity to appear before a meeting of Council in support of their submission. For more information call Kerrie Jackson on telephone (08) 8408 1115.

    Consultation closes Friday 26 April 2013.

  • Proposed Dog Park @ Albert Greenshields Reserve

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    Albert Greenshields Reserve at Greenshields Place, Ridleyton, is proposed for a future dog park in the area. We are now seeking your feedback on this proposed location for a dog park, which will include a sectioned area for small dogs as well as a reasonable sized area for all dogs including larger breeds.

    Click here to view the concept plan and map, then complete the survey!

    Consultation closes 5 April 2013.

    Albert Greenshields Reserve at Greenshields Place, Ridleyton, is proposed for a future dog park in the area. We are now seeking your feedback on this proposed location for a dog park, which will include a sectioned area for small dogs as well as a reasonable sized area for all dogs including larger breeds.

    Click here to view the concept plan and map, then complete the survey!

    Consultation closes 5 April 2013.

  • West Lakes (AAMI Stadium Precinct) Ministerial Development Plan Amendment

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    The Minister for Planning has released for public consultation, the West Lakes (AAMI Stadium Precinct) Ministerial Development Plan Amendment (DPA) which includes the land bound byWest Lakes Boulevard,Frederick Road, Brebner Drive and Turner Drive. The DPA is intended to provide for a mix of uses and higher density residential development in the area known as the AAMI Stadium Precinct at West Lakes.

    The DPA will be on consultation for a 8 week period between 28 February 2013 and 24 April 2013 and available for viewing at the City of Charles Sturt Civic Centre, the office of the Department of Planning,...

    The Minister for Planning has released for public consultation, the West Lakes (AAMI Stadium Precinct) Ministerial Development Plan Amendment (DPA) which includes the land bound byWest Lakes Boulevard,Frederick Road, Brebner Drive and Turner Drive. The DPA is intended to provide for a mix of uses and higher density residential development in the area known as the AAMI Stadium Precinct at West Lakes.

    The DPA will be on consultation for a 8 week period between 28 February 2013 and 24 April 2013 and available for viewing at the City of Charles Sturt Civic Centre, the office of the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (136 North Terrace, Adelaide) and electronically by clicking here.

    To find out more come along to Council’s information session on Thursday 21 March, 7pm at 72 Woodville Road, Woodville.  


    The Minister for Planning has released for public consultation, the West Lakes (AAMI Stadium Precinct) Ministerial Development Plan Amendment (DPA) which includes the land bound by West Lakes Boulevard,FrederickRoad, Brebner Drive and Turner Drive. The DPA is intended to provide for a mix of uses and higher density residential development in the area known as the AAMI Stadium Precinct at West Lakes.

    The main components of the policy changes are:

    Rezoning the area affected as a new Urban Core Zone (replacing the existing Stadium Zone, Special Uses Zone and Industry Zone) to support mixed-use and higher-density residential development, with buildings up to 10 storeys—and up to 15 storeys on landmark sites—adjacent to the West Lakes Shopping Centre. Building heights will transition down in an easterly direction towards residential areas to the east, placing more intensive development near the existing District Centre and public transport interchange facilities.

    Establishing a Main Street Policy Area within the Urban Core Zone and centred onTurner Drive.

    Introducing new Overlay mapping that identifies where development should provide affordable housing and where noise and air emission measures should be adopted to reduce the impacts on sensitive development (such as residential).

    Introducing a new Concept Plan, which will provide direction on key elements, including the road network, built form, density, open space and a ‘main street’ shopping area.

    Providing policy to support the existing football oval for potential shared use, as part of an envisaged of network of open spaces comprising of parks, plaza areas and linked pedestrian and cycling pathways.

    Consultation Information

    The DPA will be on consultation for a 8 week period between 28 February 2013 and 24 April 2013 and available for viewing at the City of Charles Sturt Civic Centre, the office of the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (136 North Terrace, Adelaide) and electronically by clicking the following link:

    Further Information

    Public submissions should be marked West Lakes (AAMI Stadium Precinct) DPA and addressed to The Presiding Member, Development Policy and Advisory Committee, C/- Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure By post - GPO Box 1815, Adelaide SA 5001 by email - dpac@sa.gov.au, fax 8303 0627.

    If you would like more information about the DPA, please contact Denise Rigoni at the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure on P:8303 0816 or via email at denise.rigoni@sa.gov.au

     

  • Henley Transport and Parking Plan

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    The Henley Transport and Parking Plan will contain specific priority actions to improve transport and parking within the Henley Beach study area, focusing on local area traffic management, car parking, public transport, cycling, walking, urban design and amenity.

    An Issues Paper is now available that contains a summary of existing issues within the study area and matters raised by the community and stakeholders at recent workshops.

    To find out more go to the Henley Transport and Parking Plan page.

    The Henley Transport and Parking Plan will contain specific priority actions to improve transport and parking within the Henley Beach study area, focusing on local area traffic management, car parking, public transport, cycling, walking, urban design and amenity.

    An Issues Paper is now available that contains a summary of existing issues within the study area and matters raised by the community and stakeholders at recent workshops.

    To find out more go to the Henley Transport and Parking Plan page.

  • Local Heritage Nominations

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    Do you know of a place within the City of Charles Sturt that you feel should be considered as a future Local Heritage Place?

    We want to hear about any local places that are significant to you and which you believe should be recognised. This could be a building, a residence (which may or may not belong to you), area or landscape.

    Go to the Local Heritage Nominations page for more information.

    Do you know of a place within the City of Charles Sturt that you feel should be considered as a future Local Heritage Place?

    We want to hear about any local places that are significant to you and which you believe should be recognised. This could be a building, a residence (which may or may not belong to you), area or landscape.

    Go to the Local Heritage Nominations page for more information.

  • Review of Pledge and Prayer

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    Have your say on the Pledge and Prayer Review!

    We are seeking community feedback in the review of the prayer and pledge which is recited at the opening of Council meetings.

    You can have your say by completing an online survey or quick poll, making an online submission or commenting in a discussion forum.

    You can also provide feedback at the pledge/prayer display appearing at the consultation event being held at Council on 19 February from 6-7.30pm.

     

    Have your say on the Pledge and Prayer Review!

    We are seeking community feedback in the review of the prayer and pledge which is recited at the opening of Council meetings.

    You can have your say by completing an online survey or quick poll, making an online submission or commenting in a discussion forum.

    You can also provide feedback at the pledge/prayer display appearing at the consultation event being held at Council on 19 February from 6-7.30pm.

     

  • Information Session - Renewal SA Land at Woodville

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    Renewal SA is the owner of a 4.7 hectare site on Woodville Road, Woodville adjacent to Woodville Station.

    In 2010 the Woodville Village Master Plan was prepared to guide the future development in the area between Torrens Road and Port Road and included a Concept Plan for Renewal SA’s site. Renewal SA is proposing a number of changes to the Plan for the site, including:

    • increasing the provision of open space;
    • allocating the majority of open space at the Woodville Road frontage; and
    • the re-location of the proposed extension of St Clair Avenue (subject to approvals).

    An open house information session will be held on Wednesday 13 February 2013 from 3:00pm to 7:00pm at the City of Charles Sturt Civic Centre (72 Woodville Road, Woodville) to update the community.

    An Information Sheet has also been distributed widely in the community. Visit the Renewal SA webiste for more information.

     

    Renewal SA is the owner of a 4.7 hectare site on Woodville Road, Woodville adjacent to Woodville Station.

    In 2010 the Woodville Village Master Plan was prepared to guide the future development in the area between Torrens Road and Port Road and included a Concept Plan for Renewal SA’s site. Renewal SA is proposing a number of changes to the Plan for the site, including:

    • increasing the provision of open space;
    • allocating the majority of open space at the Woodville Road frontage; and
    • the re-location of the proposed extension of St Clair Avenue (subject to approvals).

    An open house information session will be held on Wednesday 13 February 2013 from 3:00pm to 7:00pm at the City of Charles Sturt Civic Centre (72 Woodville Road, Woodville) to update the community.

    An Information Sheet has also been distributed widely in the community. Visit the Renewal SA webiste for more information.

     
  • Development Plan Review.

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    Are you are interested in development in the City of Charles Sturt? Have your say!

    We are currently reviewing the Development Plan, which guides the physical development and built form of the City, and we need your feedback!

    The Strategic Directions Report, which provides detailed information on the Development Plan Review, is now out for consultation. There are a number of ways you can provide feedback:

    • Come to the Development Plan Review information night, 19 February, 6pm for a 6.30pm start at 72 Woodville Road, Woodville,
    • Comment anonymously in the online discussion forum,
    • Ask an online question,
    • Make a private online submission, or
    • View the document and complete a submission form in all Council’s facilities.

    Are you are interested in development in the City of Charles Sturt? Have your say!

    We are currently reviewing the Development Plan, which guides the physical development and built form of the City, and we need your feedback!

    The Strategic Directions Report, which provides detailed information on the Development Plan Review, is now out for consultation. There are a number of ways you can provide feedback:

    • Come to the Development Plan Review information night, 19 February, 6pm for a 6.30pm start at 72 Woodville Road, Woodville,
    • Comment anonymously in the online discussion forum,
    • Ask an online question,
    • Make a private online submission, or
    • View the document and complete a submission form in all Council’s facilities.