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The purpose of the two South Australian government reports is to outline intended policy direction under Phase 3 of the SA Planning Reform, addressing foreseen amenity issues including pressure on existing public stormwater infrastructure and significant tree loss within the urban landscape.
The reports provide guidance to policy direction but do not stipulate how provisions will be enforced under the Planning and Design Code.
Key directions coming from the reports for proposed developments include:
The state government commissioned independent experts to assist in analysing the cost effectiveness of the proposed options. The objective was to find the most cost-effective way to balance stormwater management and tree canopy retention within the urban metropolitan landscape. The directions listed within these reports are not considered applicable for greenfield sites.
Although comprehensive, the reports do not cover the following topics:
It is anticipated Phase 3 of the planning reform will be adopted into law by 2021.
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