STRUCTURE PLAN for Yankalilla Normanville and Carrickalinga

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Consultation has concluded

The draft Final Structure Plan builds upon the District 30 Year Plan (adopted by Council in 2009 after an extensive engagement process with the community) and provides a long term perspective of how the towns of Yankalilla, Normanville and Carrickalinga might look and operate in the future, by updating and progressing the work previously done by Council and the Community in the 2009 District 30 Year Plan (Stage 1). The rate at which the towns change will depend on a number of factors but it is important that the community’s aspirations are expressed to serve as a guide for planning, investment and environmental management

The Plan incorporates feedback gathered during the public consultation process undertaken from October until December 2013 that resulted in 60 submissions being received, in addition to the contributions made at public forums and presentations during that period.

Council has placed the draft Final Structure Plan on consultation to encourage any further community contributions before finalising the report.

The draft Final Structure Plan builds upon the District 30 Year Plan (adopted by Council in 2009 after an extensive engagement process with the community) and provides a long term perspective of how the towns of Yankalilla, Normanville and Carrickalinga might look and operate in the future, by updating and progressing the work previously done by Council and the Community in the 2009 District 30 Year Plan (Stage 1). The rate at which the towns change will depend on a number of factors but it is important that the community’s aspirations are expressed to serve as a guide for planning, investment and environmental management

The Plan incorporates feedback gathered during the public consultation process undertaken from October until December 2013 that resulted in 60 submissions being received, in addition to the contributions made at public forums and presentations during that period.

Council has placed the draft Final Structure Plan on consultation to encourage any further community contributions before finalising the report.

Guest Book

Please take the time to let us know what you think of this important Plan.

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

Dear CEO and Elected Members,I would like to support the comments made by Gilbert Dashorst. I think that it is important to keep a green belt along the Bungala River between Yankalilla and Normanville, particularly if a linear pathway is eventually established along the river. Such a pathway would be a great asset for both locals and tourists.Yours sincerely Margaret Morgan

Margaret Morgan over 3 years ago

Dear CEO and Elected Members,I wish to make my feelings known as a local rate payer and resident.My main concerns are in relationship to planning of putting new storage sheds along the Bungala River in conjunction with the new petrol station complex. Firstly, I don't agree with the service station going there, but it needs to go somewhere and the area does need a knew complex of its type. Looking around and observing traffic flow, etc it is the best option.Secondly, regarding the storage units/sheds, why I very strongly disagree with this site. The reasons are as follows;1) we, the district already have storage areas need Kemmis Hill Rd. ?why can not this area be improved/re-planned for more.2) ?how many people will actually use these new facilities, locals, weekenders or the 'ones'that come only now and then.3)there should be a continuous green belt along the River Bungala from Normanville to Yankalilla where the flora and fauna can maintain a cleaner environment. A green belt will help to maintain a cleaner, healthier flow of water into the sea.4)the storage units/sheds will destroy the landscape forever once allowed and put in.5)we have a unique landscape that no other area of SA has, ?why destroy it !!6)from the hill, looking down over the valley to the farmlands, you will see this ugly row of sheds and the sun glare off these structures which will also damage the pristine view.7)if the Council does want to, in the future produce a linear path of beauty and of tourism activity along the Bungala from Normanville to Yankalilla, ?why destory it with tin sheds ....... I would not use it or promote the path. The potential of a great tourist track/path would be so beneficial to the district, it should not be allowed to be destroyed.sincerely yours,Gilbert RM Dashorst

Gilbert RM DASHORST over 3 years ago

All of the above is O.K but what about dog registration going up 100 per cent ?Last year s cost was $30 dollars ,this year $60 dollars.And this is after you tell us you have streamlined and simplified your system of registration .of dog and cats. Get your act together council, this registration should be cheaper this yearand not have a 100 per cent increase.joe martin

joe martin over 3 years ago