The Yorke Peninsula Council Edithburgh Town and Surrounds Development Plan Amendment (DPA) has been prepared by Council under the provisions of the Development Act 1993 and is now available for comment.
The draft DPA reviews the zoning of the township of Edithburgh and the immediately surrounding area.
The DPA proposes a number of zoning amendments to land within and immediately adjoining the township and the introduction of policy to address stormwater flooding issues.
Key amendments include:
- Extending the Residential zone
- Reducing the extent of the Rural Living zone and reducing minimum allotment area requirements in the remaining area
- Introducing a Development Constraints map identifying flood prone areas and associated policy recommending minimum finished floor levels
- Introducing a Mixed Use zone to allow light industrial and commercial development
The draft DPA will be available for public inspection from Thursday, 28 July 2016 until Friday, 30 September 2016 during normal office hours at the Yorke Peninsula Council offices located at Maitland (8 Elizabeth Street), Minlaton (18 Main Street), Yorketown (15 Edithburgh Road), and Warooka (Player Street) as well as being available for download below:
A copy of the Development Plan Amendment can be downloaded free of cost via the link above or a hard copy purchased from the Council Office at Yorketown only for $150 (full colour) or for $50 (black and white only), or a CD-ROM copy purchased for $5.
Make a submission
Written submissions closed at 5:00pm, 30 September 2016.
All submissions should be addressed to:
Director Development Services
Yorke Peninsula Council
PO Box 57
or lodged via email at email@example.com.
You can also click here to make a submission online.
The written submission should clearly indicated whether you will wish to speak at the public meeting on your submission.
A public meeting will be held on Thursday, 6 October 2016 at 7:00pm at the Edithburgh Institute, 30 Blanche Street, Edithburgh.