The STCA is the management body for the Southern Tasmanian Regional Planning Project (STRPP).
This initiative is the result of an agreement between the State Government, the STCA and the 12 southern Tasmanian Councils and aims to achieve the following outcomes:
- A comprehensive regional land use strategy for the region.
- An infrastructure investment strategy for the region.
- The development of coordinated, consistent and contemporary planning schemes for all councils involved, based on the common strategy.
These project outcomes will significantly influence the way the Southern region develops over the next 20 years and beyond and will greatly assist those who interact with the planning scheme in the future.
For a more complete overview of the project see: Overview and Rationale
As of 28 June 2011, all 12 Southern Tasmanian Councils, the Sullivans Cove Waterfront Authority and the Project’s Steering Committee have formally endorsed the final draft of Regional Land Use Strategy.
The Strategy has now been submitted to the Minister for Planning, the Hon. Bryan Green MP with a recommendation that the Strategy be declared a ‘regional land use strategy’ pursuant to Section 30C of the Land Use Planning and Approvals Act 1993.
The Minister will be seeking the advice of the Tasmanian Planning Commission before making his formal decision.
Download the Media Release.
This Final Draft Strategy has been forwarded to Councils and State Agencies to commence the endorsement process.
A copy of the Final Draft Strategy along with the Draft Implementation Report, the final Consultation Report and details of the endorsement process is available here.
Download your copy of the Project Update.