DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS 2008
Renewing our Streets and Suburbs Stimulus Program
THE Renewing our Streets and Suburbs Stimulus Program includes the following projects and programs, to which the provisions relating to approval by the State Coordinator General will apply under the Development Regulations 2008:
Better Neighbourhoods Program
The Better Neighbourhoods Program replaces small clusters of ageing South Australian Housing Trust dwellings in areas of high demand, which are close to transport and other services and provides tenant relocation opportunities for future development areas. The program is being delivered by Renewal SA on behalf of the South Australian Housing Trust.
Dispersed and Small Cluster Sites
This program replaces isolated and small clusters of ageing South Australian Housing Trust dwellings sites (typically double unit and detached dwellings) that mostly predate 1968 with new social housing dwellings as well as a mix of new affordable purchase dwellings and open market purchase dwellings.
Medium Density Sites
This program will redevelop ageing medium density South Australian Housing Trust sites that typically comprise traditional low rise residential flat buildings that mostly predate 1968 situated in the inner and middle rim of metropolitan Adelaide. These sites are generally located next to main roads and public transport routes and will be renovated or replaced with new contemporary dwellings to provide a greater mix of new social housing dwellings, new affordable purchase dwellings and open market purchase dwellings.
Small-Scale Urban Renewal Sites
This program relates to small-scale urban renewal of contiguous clusters of concentrated ageing South Australian Housing Trust dwellings (albeit of low densities) situated in the inner and middle rim of metropolitan Adelaide. The redevelopment of these areas will result in a greater mix of and diversity of new social housing dwellings dispersed with new affordable purchase and open market purchase dwellings.
Medium-Scale Urban Renewal Sites
This program relates to medium-scale urban renewal of a number of much larger clusters of concentrated ageing South Australian Housing Trust dwellings in the middle rim of metropolitan Adelaide. The comprehensive redevelopment of these areas will result in a greater urban amenity as well as a greater mix and diversity of new social housing dwellings dispersed with new affordable purchase and open market purchase dwellings.
Community Housing Program
Registered Community Housing providers participating in Renewal SA endorsed social housing renewal programs including the construction of new social, affordable and market housing or the redevelopment of obsolete and poorly performing social housing stock.
1000 New Homes in 1000 Days (New Build Program)
The redevelopment by Renewal SA of South Australian Housing Trust land and State Government land for new social, community, market and affordable housing or a combination thereof.
Dated 28 June 2016.
John Rau, Deputy Premier,
Minister for Planning
OUTBACK COMMUNITIES AUTHORITY
Declaration of Community Contribution (Iron Knob) for 2016-2017
NOTICE is hereby given that at a meeting on 16 June 2016, the Outback Communities Authority, for the financial year ending 30 June 2017 and in exercise of the powers contained in Division 2, Part 3 of the Outback Communities (Administration and Management) Act 2009, resolved as follows:
Declaration of the Community Contribution
To declare a community contribution for the rateable land in:
• the township of Iron Knob.
Purpose of Community Contribution
Declare a fixed charge of $240 per property unit on rateable land for the purposes of raising revenue for the provision of services and support to the community of Iron Knob.
Payment of Community Contribution
Pursuant to Section 181 (2) of the Local Government Act 1999, that the community contribution is payable in four equal or approximately equal instalments as follows:
• first instalment, payable on 15 September 2016;
• second instalment, payable on 15 December 2016;
• third instalment, payable on 15 March 2017; and
• fourth instalment, payable on 15 June 2017.
M. R. Sutton, Director
DOG FENCE ACT 1946
Declaration of Rate
PURSUANT to the provision of Section 25 of the Dog Fence Act 1946, the Dog Fence Board, with the approval of the Minister for Sustainability, Environment and Conservation, hereby declares that for the financial year ending 30 June 2017, the dog fence rate shall be 124 cents per km² and the minimum amount payable $103 for all separate holdings of more than 10 km² of land situated inside the dog fence.
1. For all the land in:
(a) The whole of the counties of Musgrave, Flinders, Jervois, Frome, Victoria, Daly, Stanley, Gawler, Fergusson, Light, Eyre, Albert, Alfred, Adelaide, Sturt, Hindmarsh, Russell, Buccleuch, Chandos, Cardwell, Buckingham, MacDonnell, Robe, Grey and Carnarvon; and
(b) The whole of the hundreds of Finlayson, Tarlton, Cungena, Kaldoonera, Scott, Murray, Chandada, Karcultaby, Condada, Pildappa, Ripon, Forrest, Campbell, Inkster, Moorkitabie, Carina, Minnipa, Pinbong, Wrenfordsley, Rounsevell, Witera, Addison, Travers, Yaninee, Pygery, Wudinna, Hill, Peella, Pordia, Palabie, Wannamanna, Mamblin, Kongawa, Pinkawillinie, Cortlinye, Moseley, Wright, Downer, Wallis, Cocata, Kappakoola, Warramboo, Cootra, Caralue, Solomon, Kelly, Barna, Yalanda, Panitya, Coomooroo, Walloway, Pekina, Black Rock Plain, Tarcowie, Mannanarie, Yongala, Terowie, Hallett, Kingston, Mongolata, Kooringa, Baldina, Apoinga and Bright.
Where this contribution from holdings in 1 (a) and 1 (b) is collected via the Sheep Advisory Group and passed on to the Board.
2. Lake Torrens National Park and Lake Gairdner National Park, which are exempted from dog fence rates.
3. All the islands along the seacoast.
Dated 22 June 2016.
Ian Hunter, Minister for Sustainability,
Environment and Conservation