Seacliff Park Development Site

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In conjunction with City of Holdfast Bay we have recently conducted community engagement for the redevelopment of the former Lorenzin and Monier sites at Seacliff Park (also known as Cement Hill).

In August 2012 we received confirmation from Minister Rau to proceed with the investigations which will inform the rezoning process.

Since then the City of Marion and City of Holdfast Bay have been working together with the current owners of the land with a view to undertaking the necessary investigations to further the rezoning process. (Traffic Studies, Environmental Reports, etc)

August 2016 update

As you may be aware this is a long term project which involves the City of Marion, private land owners, the quarry operator and adjacent Holdfast Bay Council.

In late 2012, two community workshops were held where issues associated with the possible uses for the land were discussed by the community and council staff of both councils. Prior to any redevelopment occurring on the site, the site needs to be rezoned and planning policy created that facilitates development of the land for the potential uses.

A Development Plan Amendment (DPA) process (mechanism for changing zones and policies) is currently being undertaken jointly by Holdfast Bay and Marion Councils. Government agency consultation has been completed.

An amended draft of the DPA has been created and Ministerial approval to place the document on public consultation has been received.

Prior to public consultation taking place a number of discussions in regard to the various issues associated with the site require finalising.

These issues will need to be addressed before the land can be rezoned and developed. This requires extensive investigations to be undertaken at some cost. The complex nature of these issues plays a large role in the reason why the land has been in a derelict state for so long.

You will continue to receive updates from us as the process moves on. We thank you for your interest in this site.

Please register to receive updates by sending an email to communityengagement@marion.sa.gov.au or calling us on (08) 8375 6600

Community engagement occurred in 2012

During two workshops in November we invited you to tell us what your aspirations are for the site.

On Wednesday November 7 in 2012 a presentation was provided by Council staff to provide context about the site. We then held an interactive 'ideas' session where people could wander around different stations to talk to us about areas like environment, housing, open space, moving around the area, community needs and retail. A full summary of comments is provided for you to view.

November 21, 2012 was a 'feedback and future' session where we presented the ideas we heard back to the community and the presentation is available for you to view.



In conjunction with City of Holdfast Bay we have recently conducted community engagement for the redevelopment of the former Lorenzin and Monier sites at Seacliff Park (also known as Cement Hill).

In August 2012 we received confirmation from Minister Rau to proceed with the investigations which will inform the rezoning process.

Since then the City of Marion and City of Holdfast Bay have been working together with the current owners of the land with a view to undertaking the necessary investigations to further the rezoning process. (Traffic Studies, Environmental Reports, etc)

August 2016 update

As you may be aware this is a long term project which involves the City of Marion, private land owners, the quarry operator and adjacent Holdfast Bay Council.

In late 2012, two community workshops were held where issues associated with the possible uses for the land were discussed by the community and council staff of both councils. Prior to any redevelopment occurring on the site, the site needs to be rezoned and planning policy created that facilitates development of the land for the potential uses.

A Development Plan Amendment (DPA) process (mechanism for changing zones and policies) is currently being undertaken jointly by Holdfast Bay and Marion Councils. Government agency consultation has been completed.

An amended draft of the DPA has been created and Ministerial approval to place the document on public consultation has been received.

Prior to public consultation taking place a number of discussions in regard to the various issues associated with the site require finalising.

These issues will need to be addressed before the land can be rezoned and developed. This requires extensive investigations to be undertaken at some cost. The complex nature of these issues plays a large role in the reason why the land has been in a derelict state for so long.

You will continue to receive updates from us as the process moves on. We thank you for your interest in this site.

Please register to receive updates by sending an email to communityengagement@marion.sa.gov.au or calling us on (08) 8375 6600

Community engagement occurred in 2012

During two workshops in November we invited you to tell us what your aspirations are for the site.

On Wednesday November 7 in 2012 a presentation was provided by Council staff to provide context about the site. We then held an interactive 'ideas' session where people could wander around different stations to talk to us about areas like environment, housing, open space, moving around the area, community needs and retail. A full summary of comments is provided for you to view.

November 21, 2012 was a 'feedback and future' session where we presented the ideas we heard back to the community and the presentation is available for you to view.



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