From time to time, the planning and development system is amended to improve the way it works in South Australia.
By having your say, you can influence the way we plan and build under the new planning system.
Current amendments that are on public consultation for your feedback.
Closes 30 July 2021
The State Planning Commission has released its Statement of Position and Review Report — as part of its first statutory review of South Australia's Environment and Food Production Areas (EFPA) — commencing eight weeks of public consultation from 4 June 2021 to 5.00 pm, 30 July 2021.
The Commission's Statement of Position confirms that there is sufficient land supply in Greater Adelaide to support housing and employment growth over the next 15 years.
In light of the reports' findings, South Australians are now invited to make submissions to vary the EFPA boundaries where anomalies are identified.
As part of Stage 2 of the EFPA review, a series of community information sessions will be held across the EFPA locations to help stakeholders and the community to learn more about the EFPA Review and how it is relevant to them. Following the public consultation process, stage 2 will include a public hearing later in the year. On completion, the Commission will consider the submissions and deliver its ‘Findings Report’ to the Minister for Planning and Local Government, outlining the outcomes of the review.
The consultation process
All amendments must go on public consultation before a decision is made.
Amendments are published on PlanSA for you to have your say and consultation may also involve public events, letter drops and brochures.
All designated instrument amendments must comply with the Community Engagement Charter during consultation.
After consultation closes submissions will be published on PlanSA as public information.
PlanSA publishes amendments that have completed the public consultation process and have reached a decision.
All the consultation documentation is available as well as copies of submissions received.