Wudinna District Council development plan

The Wudinna District Council Development Plan has been replaced by the new Planning and Design Code which came into effect on 31 July 2020. Visit PlanSA portal to access the Code and supporting materials.

Although now revoked, the Wudinna District Council Development Plan is available for reference purposes and may be used to assess any outstanding applications lodged prior to 31 July 2020 under the previous development system.

Development plan consolidations

Date consolidated Amendment - [Gazetted date]
29 November 2018Wudinna Industry Zone DPA – [22 November 2018]
25 October 2012 Termination of the Statewide Wind Farms DPA (Ministerial) and its removal from the Wudinna District Council Development Plan – [18 October 2012]
Statewide Wind Farms DPA (Ministerial) – [18 October 2012]
1 March 2012 Statewide Wind Farms DPA (Interim) (Ministerial) - [19 October 2011]
15 July 2010 Better Development Plan (BDP) and Minor Amendments DPA – [15 July 2010]
Change of Development Plan name from Le Hunte (DC) to Wudinna District Council to reflect the altered Council name (page 1455 Government Gazette Notice 24 April 2008)
12 November 1998 Section 29(2) Amendment – [12 November 1998]
27 August 1998 General Policy Review PAR – [27 August 1998]
24 April 1997 Section 29(2) Amendment (Country & Outer Metro EDP) – [24 April 1997]
18 November 1999 Waste Disposal (Landfill) PAR (Ministerial) – [19 August 1999]
20 July 2000 Section 29(2)(b) Amendment – [20 July 2000]
Not consolidated Telecommunications Facilities State-wide Policy Framework PAR (Interim) (Ministerial) – [31 August 2000]
25 October 2001 Wind Farms PAR (Ministerial) – [24 July 2003]
18 September 2003 Wind Farms PAR (Ministerial) – [24 July 2003]

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