Nairne Township Planning
The Mount Barker District Council is undertaking a range of planning activities in order to guide future decisions related to the development of Nairne.
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Main Street Detailed Design Consultation
The 2015 Nairne Main Street Strategy, endorsed by Council in 2015, incorporated significant community feedback which resulted in priority actions and design principles being established.
Council has now developed detailed concept plans for Nairne Main Street.
Should you wish to seek clarification or provide feedback on what is proposed, please contact Luke Gray, Manager Planning Policy & Strategy on 8391 726, or Matthew Dawkins, Team Leader Projects Technical Services on 8391 7281, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Feedback will be received until 5pm 31 March.
Main Street Master Plan
The Mount Barker District Council is exploring ways of enhancing Main Road as a place to be and to do business. We want to work with the business and broader communituy to realise the potential of this main street.
Consultation with land and business owners, together with the broader community has resulted in a Master Plan being developed for Main Road, Nairne.
Have your say on the key priority changes and help guide the development, investment and activation of this road.
If you’re interested in finding out more on what is proposed, click on the links below to read the summary brochure or full report.
Results of Community Consultation for Nairne Township Master Plan Implementation
Council's Strategic Planning and Development Policy Committee considered a report on the information recevied from the community consultation on the Nairne Retail options.
The resolution from the Strategic Planning and Development Policy meeting was considered by Council at the meeting held on 16 December 2013.
The communication processes will commence shortly.
Community Consultation Nairne Township Master Plan Implementation
Seeking Comment on the Implementation of the Nairne Township Master Plan
As part of implementing the Nairne Township Master Plan, Council is addressing a number of issues linked to the prioritisation of key initiatives in the Master Plan and potential zoning amendments in time. The implementation of the Nairne Township Master Plan will guide development in Nairne for the foreseeable future.
A Background Information sheet on some of these issues has been prepared.
Council has recently completed community consultation on options to improve safety on North Road Nairne.
The priorities that Council is currently consulting on include the best way of reinvigorating the Main Street over a period of time, how retail development fits in with the future of Nairne including the potential for a supermarket and how the Nairne Soldiers’ Memorial Hall may fit in with the need for a modern community centre in Nairne as the population grows. Council has identified some key principles on which it is seeking feedback including the relative significance of generating jobs in Nairne as opposed to elsewhere in the District with access through commuting.
In line with the Nairne Township Master Plan, a Retail Review Study and additional work was completed by expert consultants. The Study and other materials are available in full can be found here: http://www.dcmtbarker.sa.gov.au/page.aspx?u=913#e2117
Zoning amendments foreshadowed in the Nairne Township Master Plan will require a statutory process that includes submitting a Statement of Intent to take a Development Plan Amendment (DPA) to the Planning Minister for approval, the drafting of the DPA and dedicated consultation with the community on the draft DPA. By consulting on these issues now, Council believes that it will raise the level of community confidence in the planning process and any proposed policy changes and lead to a ‘no surprises’ outcome when the draft DPA is prepared.
The Community Information Forum was held on 15 October attended by over 70 residents. The powerpoint presentation is available below.
The consultation process is designed to make sure that as many community members as possible have a chance to raise questions and provide comments, ideas and other input. This is your chance to have your say, hear what others think and reinforce the qualities of Nairne that you value.
Other ways to get involved include:
- take a minute to complete the Questionnaire below and submit on line
- or print out a copy and post it to Council Nairne Township Master Plan Implementation Questionnaire(120 kb)
- Contact the independent facilitator Bob Goreing directly on email@example.com and give him your thoughts
Questionnaires, comments and feedback should be received by 5pm Monday 28 October 2013.
The form is no longer active.
Nairne Retail Review
An open tender call has occurred and Property & Advisory Pty. Ltd has been commissioned and the study now commenced.
This will be the subject of consideration at a future meeting of the SPDP Committee and Council has approached a consultant to provide a recommended approach to community consultation on the Study outcome.
The consultant provided an update on the project to the Strategic Planning and Development Policy Committee Meeting held on 12 March 2013.
Nairne Township Master Plan
Nairne Township Plan Adopted by Council 11 February 2013
The Nairne Township Master Plan was adopted by the Strategic Planning and Development Policy Committee at the meeting held on Monday 11 February 2013.
Some of the recommended actions in the Plan are already work in progress including that Council:
- has made a further submission to the Power Line Environment Committee seeking a funding contribution to enable the power lines in theMain Streetto be placed underground;
- is continuing to advocate to the State Government for the construction of the new freeway interchange atBald Hills Road; and
- has commissioned a consultant to undertake traffic surveys on North Road and investigate suitable traffic management measures to address any identified problems.
Opportunity to Present to SPDP Committee
The SPDP Committee heard verbal submissions at the meeting held on 10 December 2013.
Strategic Planning and Development Policy Committee
Considers Community Feedback
The submissions from the community on the draft Plan were considered by the Committee when it met on 12 November 2012.
The full agenda item and minutes can be viewed here.
Community Consultation for Draft Nairne Township Master Plan
Community consultation is now closed
The District Council of Mount Barker has recently endorsed the draft Nairne Township Master Plan for community consultation providing the opportunity for Nairne residents, the business community and other stakeholders to participate in the design and future development of their Township.
Information gained via the previous community engagement process has been used to influence the content of the draft Master Plan which focuses on five (5) main themes, each containing discussion and analysis of the opportunities and potential for future improvements and change over time.
Draft Nairne Township Master Plan
The Draft Nairne Township Master Plan can be viewed here:
Community Information Forum
A Community Information Forum was held to provide an opportunity to hear more about the content of the draft Master Plan and to ask questions and provide feedback:
Tuesday 14 August 2012 from 7pm to 9pm
at Hills Family Church, Main Road, Nairne
Nairne Township Masterplan Progress
Draft Master Plan
The Draft Nairne Township Master Plan will be considered at the Strategic Planning and Development Policy Committee meeting to be held on Monday 9 July 2012 commencing at 4.30pm. Residents are welcome to attend these meetings observing meeting protocols for questions and comments.
The agenda including the draft Master Plan:
Report on Community Consultation
A report on the community consultation has been presented to the SPDPC meeting on 14 May 2012. The Summary report and Detailed Report are available here:
To help guide this important consultation, a community information session and workshop was held on the 7 December 2011.
An Issues Paper discussing some of the main topics for consideration has been released by Council
> Nairne Issues Paper (160kb)