Nominations have closed for the 2018 Council Elections.
Voting will take place in NPSP Council as follows:
|Mail out of voting materials
||Monday 22 – Friday 26 October
|Close of voting
||5.00pm, Friday 9 November
List of Candidates PDF File: 8738_2018_council_nominations
NPSP Council website:
For further information visit: https://www.lga.sa.gov.au/councilelections
These two significant State Government issues concern Heritage protection and planning. The State Planning Policies were described and discussed at the recent NRA general meeting. Your committee submitted submissions for both of these and they can be found on this website:
180928 NRA Heritage submission – Final
180920 NRA submission – state planning policy
- The Heritage Inquiry initiated by a parliamentary Committee
For residents in Norwood especially, built heritage is our unique and valuable link to the past and an irreplaceable asset to our community. We cannot afford to be silent if/when remote government bodies with little to no investment in our precinct, seek to influence/regulate those areas which help define us and which greatly affect the quality of our daily lives.
2. The Draft State Planning Policies.
There are 96 of them but ONE concerns cultural heritage. There is scant mention of the protection of built heritage and no mention of Historic Conservation Zones or Residential Character Zones in this draft policy.
For your reference, the City of Norwood, Payneham & St Peters endorsed submissions to both consultations.
Submission from NPSP Council 1
Submission from NPSP Council 2
We invite all previous members and prospective new members to a general meeting to elect a management committee and office bearers and discuss the future direction of the association. Membership can be renewed/commenced on the night.
There will be a guest speaker from the council on the proposed State Government Development Plan and how it may affect the Norwood, Payneham and St Peters council area. Continue reading GENERAL MEETING: WEDNESDAY, 12th SEPTEMBER 7:30 pm in Don Pyatt Hall (Entrance George St)