Annual Report 2020-2021, Northern Territory Planning Commission
Tabled Paper 388
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ANNUAL REPORT 202021 | 18 Central Darwin Area Plan Project status: Ongoing The Planning Commission is developing a subregional land use plan for the environs of Palmerston, being the area surrounding Palmerston. The area includes Greater 11 Mile, Greater Holtze, Virginia SouthWest, Archer and Mitchell West. The Planning Commission works to identify and plan for the provision of suitable land to accommodate growth of the Darwin region in the near to far term. The Planning Commissions work in preparing the subregional land use plan for the environs of Palmerston seeks to: help the community to understand the challenges and contribute to a land use plan for the longer term; respond to the opportunities and constraints present; identify extensive areas for open space and/or conservation; and to identify optimal land uses within the study area to support the hierarchy of activity centres, with consideration given to the primacy of the Palmerston City Centre. Stage One consultation commenced on 27 May 2021 and was an opportunity for key stakeholders and residents of the study area to learn about the project and have their say. The feedback from Stage One consultation will aid the Planning Commission in preparing a draft Subregional Land Use Plan for further consultation in 2021-22. Palmerston Environs Subregional Land Use Plan ANNUAL REPORT 202021 | 16
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