Seacliff Park Residential and Centre DPA

The City of Marion and the City of Holdfast Bay have prepared a joint Development Plan Amendment Report (DPA) to amend their respective Development Plans.

The amendment will change both Councils Development Plans by proposing to rezone land informally referred to as “Cement Hill” or the “Monier/Lorenzin land”, near the intersection of Scholefield Road and Ocean Boulevard, within the suburbs of Seacliff, Seacliff Park and Marino.

The site has historically been used for quarrying, concrete manufacturing, domestic land fill, roof tile manufacturing and as a depot for a construction company. The dilapidated nature of the land and other issues associated with the site have been a major concern for residents in the area for many years. The land is located in both the City of Marion and the City of Holdfast Bay.

Currently within the Residential, Mineral Extraction and Hills Face Zones within the Marion Council Development Plan, and the Residential Zone within the Holdfast Bay Council Development Plan, the affected area is to be primarily rezoned to Suburban Neighbourhood Zone. This Zone will support medium density dwellings in a low to medium rise form (1 – 6 storeys) and a neighbourhood level activity centre (including shops, business and community facilities) to potentially be built.

No change to the Hills Face Zone boundary or policies is proposed.

The DPA report and corresponding investigations will be on public consultation from 22 August 2019 until 17 October 2019.

Copies of the DPA report and investigations are available during normal office hours at:

  • City of Marion, 245 Sturt Rd, Sturt, SA 5047
  • City of Holdfast Bay, 24 Jetty Road, Brighton, SA 5048.

The DPA report and investigations can also be viewed here.

SUBMISSIONS

Written submissions regarding the DPA should be submitted no later than 5.00 pm on 17 October 2019. All submissions should be addressed to the CEO, City of Marion, 245 Sturt Road, Sturt, SA 5047 and should clearly indicate whether you wish to be heard in support of your submission at the Public Hearing Meeting. If you wish to lodge your submission electronically, please email it to communityengagement@marion.sa.gov.au or use the comment form here.

Copies of all submissions will be available for inspection at both Council buildings listed above or here on Making Marion from 18 October 2019 until the conclusion of the public hearing.

A Public Hearing Meeting will be held at 7pm, 24 October 2019 at Brighton Civic Centre, Kingston Room, 24 Jetty Road, Brighton 5048 at which time interested persons may be heard in relation to the DPA and the submissions. The public hearing will not be held if no submissions are received or if no person making a submission makes a request to be heard.

Should you wish to be kept informed of the process, please register with Making Marion to receive updates

The City of Marion and the City of Holdfast Bay have prepared a joint Development Plan Amendment Report (DPA) to amend their respective Development Plans.

The amendment will change both Councils Development Plans by proposing to rezone land informally referred to as “Cement Hill” or the “Monier/Lorenzin land”, near the intersection of Scholefield Road and Ocean Boulevard, within the suburbs of Seacliff, Seacliff Park and Marino.

The site has historically been used for quarrying, concrete manufacturing, domestic land fill, roof tile manufacturing and as a depot for a construction company. The dilapidated nature of the land and other issues associated with the site have been a major concern for residents in the area for many years. The land is located in both the City of Marion and the City of Holdfast Bay.

Currently within the Residential, Mineral Extraction and Hills Face Zones within the Marion Council Development Plan, and the Residential Zone within the Holdfast Bay Council Development Plan, the affected area is to be primarily rezoned to Suburban Neighbourhood Zone. This Zone will support medium density dwellings in a low to medium rise form (1 – 6 storeys) and a neighbourhood level activity centre (including shops, business and community facilities) to potentially be built.

No change to the Hills Face Zone boundary or policies is proposed.

The DPA report and corresponding investigations will be on public consultation from 22 August 2019 until 17 October 2019.

Copies of the DPA report and investigations are available during normal office hours at:

  • City of Marion, 245 Sturt Rd, Sturt, SA 5047
  • City of Holdfast Bay, 24 Jetty Road, Brighton, SA 5048.

The DPA report and investigations can also be viewed here.

SUBMISSIONS

Written submissions regarding the DPA should be submitted no later than 5.00 pm on 17 October 2019. All submissions should be addressed to the CEO, City of Marion, 245 Sturt Road, Sturt, SA 5047 and should clearly indicate whether you wish to be heard in support of your submission at the Public Hearing Meeting. If you wish to lodge your submission electronically, please email it to communityengagement@marion.sa.gov.au or use the comment form here.

Copies of all submissions will be available for inspection at both Council buildings listed above or here on Making Marion from 18 October 2019 until the conclusion of the public hearing.

A Public Hearing Meeting will be held at 7pm, 24 October 2019 at Brighton Civic Centre, Kingston Room, 24 Jetty Road, Brighton 5048 at which time interested persons may be heard in relation to the DPA and the submissions. The public hearing will not be held if no submissions are received or if no person making a submission makes a request to be heard.

Should you wish to be kept informed of the process, please register with Making Marion to receive updates

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