What is happening to DPA 2 and DPA 3

Progress on Council’s Development Plan Amendments is noted below:





Village Living & Desirable Neighbourhoods Development Plan Amendment (DPA) Stage 2 – Residential Character and Growth Areas and Council-wide Policy Review

The request for consultation approval by the Minister for Planning was lodged in December 2011. The State Government focus has been on the Adelaide City Council, but with the Capital City Ministers DPA coming into interim effect on 28 March 2012, the attention of the Department of Planning Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) is shifting to the inner metropolitan rim Councils and feedback on DPA 2 is expected in the near future.

In the interim, preparation of the suite of associated draft public consultation material has been undertaken.

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Village Living & Desirable Neighbourhoods Development Plan Amendment (DPA) Stage 3A – Main Road Corridors, Centres and Living Vitalisation (Greenhill and Unley Roads)


The draft DPA 3A was submitted for consultation approval by the Minister for Planning in September 2011. As advised above, the DPTI is beginning to re-engage with the inner metropolitan rim Councils. It is understood the DPTI has reviewed the suite of submitted plans and will initially pursue negotiations for revision for consistency between the Council proposals and the state policy template.

Once again draft public consultation material is currently being drafted to aid preparation for anticipated release later in 2012.

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Local Heritage Places Development Plan Amendment (DPA)

The updated Local Heritage Places DPA, including the Brownhill Creek stone lining in the Orphanage Park, is waiting the approval of the Minister for Planning for release and public consultation.

Preparation of draft public consultation material has been undertaken. Although approval is anticipated to occur shortly, there is no certainty with the Minister’s consideration.

The State Heritage Place provisional listing of the Brownhill Creek stone lining in the Orphanage Park was considered by the Heritage Council in March 2012. The State Heritage Place provisional listing was removed.

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