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 21 August 2020
The Office for Design and Architecture South Australia (ODASA) has prepared the draft Scheme on behalf of the Minister for Planning in collaboration with the State Planning Commission, local government staff from across the State and representatives from peak industry bodies.
Feedback on the draft Scheme is now being sought from councils, industry professionals and any other interested parties. Please ensure you provide your feedback on the draft Scheme by Friday 21 August 2020 through any of the following channels:
- Email: DPTI.ODASAconsultation@sa.gov.au
- Online: yoursay.sa.gov.au/local-design-review-scheme
- Post: ODASA Consultation, 28 Leigh Street, Adelaide SA 5000
A consultation guide has also been prepared to provide background information and should be read in conjunction with the draft Scheme.
How to have your say
Current amendments are published on the yourSAy website, where you can:
- get some background on what is being amended
- register to be notified on updates
- provide feedback as an online submission.
The consultation process
All system 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.
All submissions are published on the SA Planning Portal after consultation closes 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.