Inner and Middle Metropolitan Corridor (Sites) amendment
The Inner and Middle Metropolitan Corridor (Sites) Development Plan Amendment (DPA) was approved by the Minister for Planning by notice in the South Australian Government Gazette on 19 December 2017.
The 30-Year Plan for Greater Adelaide focuses on the delivery of a new urban form for Greater Adelaide to produce a more liveable, sustainable and competitive city. Key policies encourage a more compact urban form with increased densities of development at strategic locations close to public transport, particularly in the CBD and along significant urban corridors where the interface with lower rise areas can be managed. These strategic directions are being implemented through a number of planning reforms including this and other DPAs.
Purpose of the amendment
The Inner and Middle Metropolitan Corridor (Sites) DPA proposes to rezone a number of strategic sites or areas along important transit corridors identified in The 30-Year Plan for Greater Adelaide. This builds upon areas already rezoned through the Inner Metropolitan Growth (Stage 1) DPAs in 2013. The proposed new sites/areas are located in the City of Norwood, Payneham and St Peters, City of Unley and City of West Torrens. The sites are proposed to be rezoned to Urban Corridor apart from two sites in the City of Norwood, Payneham and St Peters where policy revisions are proposed for the Mixed Use Historic (Conservation) Zone as well as a minor expansion of the Zone to consolidate sites.
Area affected by the amendment
The Community Information Sheet includes maps of the sites affected by the DPA and also provides details about the proposed amendment and the amendment process. Individual community information sheets have also been prepared to outline the amendments for each affected Council area:
The development plans affected are:
- Norwood Payneham & St Peters (City) Development Plan
- Unley (City) Development Plan
- West Torrens Council Development Plan.
Consultation on Ministerial DPAs is conducted by the State Planning Commission, an independent statutory body which provides advice to the Minister for Planning.
Two public information sessions were held on 15 and 22 June 2017.
The period for receiving written public submissions closed on 25 July 2017.
Four public meetings were held in August 2017.
On this site
- South Australia's Strategic Plan
- South Australia's Integrated Transport and Land Use Plan
- SA Planning Portal
- The Office of Design and Architecture (SA)
- City of Prospect
For an alternative version of a document on this page contact Development plans and amendments team.