Woodville Station amendment
The Woodville Station Development Plan Amendment (DPA) was approved by the Minister for Planning on 8 November 2013.
Purpose of the amendment
This DPA is intended to support a mix of medium to high-rise housing and complementary land-uses in a landscaped setting on land adjacent to the Woodville Railway Station. The land is currently owned by Renewal SA.
Area affected by the amendment
Consultation on Ministerial DPAs is conducted by the Development Policy Advisory Committee (DPAC), an independent statutory committee which provides advice to the Minister for Planning.
Public consultation on the amendment closed on 14 February 2013. A public meeting was held on 5 March 2013.
To view the public submissions received contact Planning contacts - Development plans and amendments.
On this site
- Woodville Station DPA community information sheet
- Guide to development plans and development plan amendments
- Woodville Railway Station Heritage Value Assessment Report 2010
- City of Charles Sturt Community Plan 2007
- City of Charles Sturt – Towards One Planet Living: Greening the Western Suburbs 2008-13
- Healthy by Design: a planners' guide to environments for active living 2004
- Soil Leachability Assessment Report – St Clair Reserve 2011
- St Clair Residential Development Open Space Management 2010
- St Clair Recreation Reserve Site Contamination Audit Report 2012, pt 1
- St Clair Recreation Reserve Site Contamination Audit Report 2012, pt 2
- St Clair Reserve Community Land Revocation Report
- Tree assessment St Clair Reserve, Woodville Road, Woodville 2010
- Woodville Village Masterplan December 2010
For an alternative version of any document on this page see Planning contacts - Development Plans and amendments