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City Development

City Development forms part of the Planning & Development department. City Development incorporates Planning, Building and Engineering. Both planning and building are involved in the decision making process of assessing development applications for Development Approval in accordance with the provisions of the Development Act, 1993.

As Council assesses approximately 1700 development applications per annum, your development application can be assessed more efficiently depending on the information provided with your application which can be found on our information sheets (see below). The City Development Team has collated key information and online resources to help you better understand and use our planning and building services.

 

Key information and online resources to help you better understand and use our planning and building services.

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Mount Barker District Council Plans

Mount Barker District Council 30 Year Plan submission

> DCMB Submission to 30 Year Plan (4MB)

> DCMB Submission to 30 Year Plan Appendices (1MB) 

 

Development Plan

The current version of the Development Plan is available via the Government of South Australia's website:

> Mount Barker Council Development Plan

 

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Planning & Building Fact Sheets and Forms

We have put together some information sheets which may help you with your questions about planning and building.

If these information sheets do not help you with your query, please contact Council at council@mountbarker.sa.gov.au

 

Information included below includes:

•  Building & Planning: Application Forms

•  Building & Planning: Explained

•  Building & Planning: Information Sheets

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Building & Planning: Application Forms

> Development Application Form

> Electricity Act Powerlines Declaration

> Powerline Declaration Guide

 

Building & Planning: Explained

> Fact 01: What is Planning?

> Fact 02: Do I Need Approval?

> Fact 03: Why Do I Need Approval?

> Fact 04: What is a Development Approval?

> Fact 05: What do I need to Lodge?

> Fact 06: What else do I need to Lodge?

> Fact 07: Where do I get Help?

> Fact 08: Applications lodged by Builders

> Fact 09: What are the Types of Development?

> Fact 10: Can I Apply for Non Complying?

> Fact 11: How are Applications Assessed?

> Fact 12: What Process will my Application Follow?

> Fact 13: What is Public Notification?

> Fact 14: Representations – Objecting to an Application

> Fact 15: What are Referrals?

> Fact 16: What is the Development Plan?

> Fact 17: What is Zoning and Why?

> Fact 18: How do I get the Development Plan Changed?

> Fact 19: Costs Associated with Development Assessment

> Fact 20: Where can I get Plans Drawn?

> Fact 21: What is CDAP?

> Fact 22: How Long will my Application Take?

> Fact 23: What is the Process for a Land Division Urban?

> Fact 24: What is the Process for a Land Division Regional?

> Fact 25: Glossary of Planning Terms


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Building & Planning: Information Sheets

> Change in Land Use to Horticulture

> Changes to the Use of Land

> Corner Fences

> Front Fencing

> Home Based Business

> Industrial/Commercial and Retail Development

> Occupation of a building

> Land Division Development Guide

> Land Division Process - Development of Planning and Infrastructure Fact Sheet
   http://www.landservices.sa.gov.au/5publications/Brochures_and_Fact_Sheets/_files/_Text_Versions/Fact_Sheet_9.htm

> Land Division Fact Sheet 1: Site Analysis

> Land Division Fact Sheet 2: Energy Efficiency

> Land Division Fact Sheet 3: Water Sensitive Urban Design

> Land Division Fact Sheet 4: Biodiversity Open Space and Buffers

> Land Division Fact Sheet 5: Sustainable Transport

> Minor Domestic: Checklist

> Minor Domestic: Site Plan

> New Dwelling: Checklist

> New Dwelling: Development Guide

> Retaining Walls and Fences: Check List

> Retaining Walls and Fences: Development Guide


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ATO: GST + Property

For every property transaction you make, there may be a tax consideration.

Determine your GST obligations on the ATO website below:

> GST and Property guide

> Guide to ATO

 

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Legislation

The current version of the Development Act 1993 can be accessed via the Parliament SA’s website.

> Development Act 1993
 

The current version of the Development Regulations 2008 can be accessed via the Parliament SA’s website. 

> Development Regulations 2008

 

The current version of the Development Plan

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