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Public Notices

From 1 July 2019, the Public Notices page has relocated from the State Commission Assessment Panel (SCAP) website to the SA Planning Portal.

See development applications that are currently on public notice


Some lodged development applications require public notification as part of their assessment process.

Public notification allows neighbours and other interested parties to be notified about a development that affects them, so that they have the opportunity to comment. By formally supporting or opposing a development, South Australians can help influence the decision-making of an application.

 

Development applications in a council area

Development applications that are located in a council area are assessed under the Development Act 1993. For these applications, there are four types of public notification:


Category 2 developments


A Category 2 development must notify all owner/occupiers of land adjacent to where the development is proposed in writing.

Category 2 developments
Development Number Applicant Subject Land Close Date

110/E006/19

Application Documents for DA 110/E006/19
( PDF File, 44.0 MB)

Polites Developments Pty Ltd

601-603 Anzac Highway, Glenelg North

Demolition of all structures and staged construction of a supermarket (shop), with associated advertising, fencing, car-parking and landscaping.

27 Sep 2019

Category 3 developments


A Category 3 development must notify:

  • All owner/occupiers of land adjacent to where the development is proposed, in writing
  • All owner/occupiers of land which the SCAP believes would be significantly affected by the application, in writing
  • The general public by newspaper advertisement
Category 3 developments
Development Number Applicant Subject Land Close Date
 No Developments currently on Public Notice

Crown developments


A crown development lodged under Section 49 of the Development Act must go on public notice if the development has a cost exceeding $4 million.  A crown development on public notice must notify the general public by newspaper advertisement.

Crown developments
Development Number Applicant Subject Land Close Date

361/V007/19

Application Documents for DA 361/V007/19
( PDF File, 16.3 MB)

Department for Education

14 Farley Grove, Salisbury North

Redevelopment of the Salisbury High School

11 Oct 2019

Major developments


A major development lodged under Section 46 of the Development Act must go on public notice throughout its assessment process. A major development must notify the general public through various means.

Major developments
Applicant Proposal Documentation
 There are currently no major developments on public notification

Development applications not in a council area

From 1 July 2019, development applications that are not located in a council area are assessed under the Planning, Development and Infrastructure Act 2016. For these applications, there are four types of public notification:


Impact assessed developments


Impact assessed developments lodged under Section 111 of the PDI Act must notify:

  • The general public by newspaper advertisement
  • The general public by the Minister releasing an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) about the development, published on the SA Planning Portal

All interested persons are able to make a written submission on the development’s Environmental Impact Statement.

Impact assessed developments
Development Number Applicant Subject Land Close Date
 No Developments currently on Public Notice

Restricted developments


Restricted developments lodged under Section 110 of the PDI Act must notify:

  • The general public by by placing a sign on the development land
  • The general public by publishing details on the SA Planning Portal
  • Affected neighbours in writing

All interested persons have the right to submit a representation about a restricted development application.

Restricted developments
Development Number Applicant Subject Land Close Date
 No Developments currently on Public Notice

Crown developments


Crown developments lodged under Section 130 or 131 of the PDI Act must go on public notice if the development has a cost exceeding $10 million. Crown developments must notify:

  • The general public by newspaper advertisement
  • The general public by publishing details on the SA Planning Portal
Crown developments
Development Number Applicant Subject Land Close Date
 No Developments currently on Public Notice

Performance assessed developments


Performance assessed developments must notify:

  • Affected neighbours within 60 metres of where the development is proposed (via letter or confirmed email address)
  • The general public by placing a sign on the development land
Performance assessed applications are not permitted to be published on this page, pursuant to Section 107 of the PDI Act. Instructions on how to access documentation for performance assessed application is included in the letter/email sent to affected neighbours and on the sign placed on the development land.

Page last modified Tuesday, 27 August 2019