Planning for Victor Harbor's Housing Needs

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The City of Victor Harbor is undertaking a review of housing needs within the Council area.

The City of Victor Harbor council area has one of the fastest growing regional populations in the State. Currently sitting at 14,600, the population is expected to reach around 21,000 by 2036. To support this growth, the Council is looking at strategies to ensure there is sufficient land available to house Victor Harbor's population over the next 20 years.

The final strategies will be use and included within Council's Development Plan via the implementation of new residential policies.

So what are we asking our community? We want to know your views on the recommended changes to the City of Victor Harbor's residential development policies.

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The City of Victor Harbor is undertaking a review of housing needs within the Council area.

The City of Victor Harbor council area has one of the fastest growing regional populations in the State. Currently sitting at 14,600, the population is expected to reach around 21,000 by 2036. To support this growth, the Council is looking at strategies to ensure there is sufficient land available to house Victor Harbor's population over the next 20 years.

The final strategies will be use and included within Council's Development Plan via the implementation of new residential policies.

So what are we asking our community? We want to know your views on the recommended changes to the City of Victor Harbor's residential development policies.

View the summary of changes.

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  • The proposed new policies aim to guide residential development within the township in a way that will accommodate future growth without incurring substantial new infrastructure costs.  Do you think new policies are required for residential development?


    The proposed new policies aim to guide residential development within the township in a way that will accommodate future growth without incurring substantial new infrastructure costs.  Do you think new policies are required for residential development?


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  • The proposed changes to the density of development in a number of Policy Areas aims to provide for improved housing choice across Victor Harbor.  Do you have any comments on the proposed changes?


    The proposed changes to the density of development in a number of Policy Areas aims to provide for improved housing choice across Victor Harbor.  Do you have any comments on the proposed changes?


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  • The landscape views of our town are important to residents and visitors. Some of the proposed changes include more rigorous residential design policies to protect views from Kleinig’s Hill and from the entrance into the town on Waitpinga Road.  Do you have any comments on these recommended changes?

    The landscape views of our town are important to residents and visitors. Some of the proposed changes include more rigorous residential design policies to protect views from Kleinig’s Hill and from the entrance into the town on Waitpinga Road.  Do you have any comments on these recommended changes?

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  • It is proposed to reduce the frontage, density and design standards for Residential Town Centre Policy Area 8.  Do you have any comments or suggestions about the suggested changes?


    It is proposed to reduce the frontage, density and design standards for Residential Town Centre Policy Area 8.  Do you have any comments or suggestions about the suggested changes?


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  • It is proposed to expand the area of Residential Yilki Policy Area 4 to encompass allotments that have two street frontages including Islandview Crescent, Nunkeri Avenue and Ramindjeri Crescent.  This will be supported with design guidelines policies to protect views from sites within Residential Encounter Bay Policy Area 1.  Are these suggested changes appropriate?


    It is proposed to expand the area of Residential Yilki Policy Area 4 to encompass allotments that have two street frontages including Islandview Crescent, Nunkeri Avenue and Ramindjeri Crescent.  This will be supported with design guidelines policies to protect views from sites within Residential Encounter Bay Policy Area 1.  Are these suggested changes appropriate?


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