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Community Alliance General Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Helen
10:09
Hi I've got some sound but it is distorted. Screen has a padlock icon saying my client connection is encrypted
cbailey
12:28
Can anyone help Helen please? Carol
Janet Scott
13:04
does Helen have headphones that might help or turning the volume down on her device
Tom
24:28
Thanks Mark for the Udare
Elizabeth Vines
45:40
would like to hear from Stephen if there has been responses from the Commission to policy improvement, not just the implementation or consultation process. Appropriate/ well considered policy is a key. Have not heard him say that DPTI has been responsive to Local Government concern about policies which they do not agree with and need correction/ need change .
Tom
48:26
Yes I agree Liz - what has changed in discussions with SPC and DPTI??
David Bagshaw
57:32
To Michael ….will there be opportunities for the community to influence details prior to roll out in July and September, if not what is the process for modifications to the code, outside of government, once it is live. ie will there be a DPA like process for such adjustments initiated by local Councils and private citizens alike?
David Bagshaw
58:43
Michael …..When will the Phase 3 "what we heard report " be available?
SM
59:39
Question to Michael Lennon - I have been advised by our staff at Council that issues or areas that may not be correct at the point of roll out, can only be fixed after the issue has been brought to the attention of SA Planning. This means that there are areas that could be exploited by developers or anyone else until these issues are brought to the attention and actually changed in the Plan. Can you please provide incite into that?
cbailey
59:53
Property identification as described by Michael Lennon was not available for my area right up to 11p.m. on 28th Feb. - a number of residents now have little faith in process and promises by Govt. Carol B Mount Barker
Elizabeth Vines
01:03:57
so much of existing development plan provisions which give fine grain desireable development have gone, and councils have asked for these to be put back in, but no confirmation that this will be the case. Was promised “like for like
Elizabeth Vines
01:12:19
Michael - Does the Commission take seriously the petition of 13000 signatures presented to Parliament n
Elizabeth Vines
01:14:00
Michael - does the Commission take seriously the petition of 13000 signatures Presented to Parliament on Tuesday which expresses genuine concern of the community and councils to get the Code right before being turned on. why is the introduction of Phase 2 and Phase 3 split, what is the rush. why not get it right before implementation
Margaret Ann COPELAND
01:15:05
My area was designated as Housing Diversity - when a journalist queried this - the department said that was an error and my area should be suburban neighbourhood. How can I be confident that this is the case?
Office of Mark Parnell MLC
01:19:22
Thanks Christel, I’ve had to go. Thanks very much for the opportunity tonight. I’ll talk to you soon. Mark Parnell
Tom
01:19:52
Urrrgh What will change? No committment
stewartmitchell
01:20:42
to what extent have First Nation Peoples been involved in the engagement process
David Baker
01:21:14
Carol Bailey…its so interesting that Mt Barker and Kent Town, very different places, share so may problems and concerns.
Elizabeth
01:22:16
Hi Michael Thank you for the Commissioner's consideration in regard to SECRA's submissions on Lot 14. My question tonight is that do you think that implementation of the planning reform is 'reasonable' in light that of the current errors in the system, the scale of the consultation process, and the impact upon residents and business interests within a timeframe that is clearly challenging at the least? Is the current bill before Parliament any indication of the value of local councils or residents or business
David Bagshaw
01:28:53
when is the phase 3 "what we heard report" to be released?
SM
01:36:47
Could anyone direct me to the Gazette where “Councils don’t have to be consulted on Crown projects” that was mentioned first up tonight, and again mentioned by Elizabeth just now?
Elizabeth Vines
01:37:28
last question, Margaret Copeland is fortunate she has confirmation her error will be corrected. Local councils want that certainty as well about their many concerns about incorrect or inappropriate policies. why cant the revised Code be checked in the revised form BEFORE implementation to make sure that errors have been checked by those implementing it.
Melissa Ballantyne
01:39:51
In response to SM the Parliament is debating these proposed changes
Margaret Ann COPELAND
01:42:03
useful if people have confidence in their council planning staff. :/
Andrew
01:43:46
Assessing and then ignoring!
Janet Scott
01:47:40
still no useful info for state heritage areas
Elizabeth Vines
01:49:01
the conclusion we (councils, public) want is a right to check the revised version before it is switched on and a time frame to allow for this. I am sure that most of the Phase 3 submissions will be asking for this.
Andrew
01:49:13
So now we aregoing to have a more confusing system!
Melissa Ballantyne
01:49:14
Will the Commission summarise to the Minister all the community concerns regarding the process to formulate the code raised in both phase 2 and 3 submissions?
Andrew
01:50:39
What about the community consultation charter that has been totally ignored?
cbailey
01:52:46
Creating more green canopy and increasing biodiversity while ensuring smaller alotments and higher density living is like vowing to protect heritage while deleting contributory items. Carol B
Andrew
01:53:12
Agreed
Tom
01:53:31
What we have Heard Report should be done by a separate body and NOT DPTI