Annual Report 2013/2014 Northern Territory Planning Commission
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PMS 401 PMS Cool Grey 11 PMS 173 Northern Territory Planning Commission | Annual Report 201314 16 Alice Springs CBD The Planning Commission is exploring options for the Alice Springs CBD, focusing on building criteria and how they may influence building form, heights and interaction with the public space, while remaining cognisant of heritage and cultural values for the town. Previous studies identified opportunities for future growth in Alice Springs. These studies included an urban design audit, car parking evaluation, residential capacity and built form guidelines. The Commission is building upon previous work and focusing on specific planning issues that: - clarifies what is expected of developers and designers - improves investment confidence - gives the broader community confidence that the outcomes will contribute to a shared vision of the future Alice Springs Town Centre. The Planning Commission will be engaging with the Alice Springs Town Council and stakeholders to explore issues such as promoting quality design outcomes, controlling building heights and protecting key views and vistas. It is anticipated that the Planning Commission will advise on planning scheme initiatives in the first half of 2015. Promoting quality design outcomes, controlling building heights and protecting key views and vistas
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