There are four stages in the Growth Area Planning Process.
G21 Regional Growth Plan
- Guides high level land use and development
- Identifies regional infrastructure, project priorities and analyses the region's provision for growth in terms of employment, housing and land supply.
Growth Area Framework Plans
- High-level and broad strategy that sets out the future vision for the area
- Guides sustainable future growth and development
- Defines key projects and infrastructure required to support growth and provides an improved and more certain environment for making both public and private investment decisions
- A framework plan will inform the preparation of precinct structure plans.
Precinct Structure Plans (PSP)
- Housing yields
- Employment land provision and location
- Transport networks
- Open space & natural systems
- Activity centres
- Community facilities
Planning Permits (subdivisions)
- Precise road layouts including connector & local roads
- Lot mix
- Open space including local parks
- Non-residential land uses
- Pedestrian and cycling paths
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