Current impact assessed development (major projects)

A development proposal can be declared as an impact assessed development (major project) by the Minister for Planning if it is considered to be of economic, social or environmental importance to South Australia.

The way that impact assessed applications are assessed is a state-run process that differs from other development applications.

The impact assessed (major project) process

A declaration is the start of a thorough assessment process which provides opportunity for public comment before any decision is made.

A declaration does not imply government support or otherwise for the proposal.

Learn more about how impact assessed applications (major projects) are assessed

Have your say

All impact assessed applications (major projects) are required to have a public notification period during assessment, before a decision is made.

The general public are notified about the development by newspaper advertisement and also by publishing information on PlanSA.

Any interested person can have a say on the development within the prescribed period.

See notified impact assessed applications (major projects)

Current major projects