Landowner FAQs

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LandCorp's key role in Latitude 32 is to complete structure planning to enable development to proceed. LandCorp has finalised structure planning for Development Areas 1, 2, 3 and will resubmit a modified structure plan for Area 4 in 2018.

As Latitude 32 will play a significant role in the Westport facility, planning for parts of Development Area 4 and all of 5 and 6 will now form part of the Westport Port and Environs Strategy.

LandCorp is now investigating how it can develop its landholdings within Development Areas 2 and 3 to continue to supply land beyond Flinders Precinct and to also activate the surrounding landowners.

Shared infrastructure will be provided through the appropriate service agency as well as the Developer Contribution Plan. Individual infrastructure required to service your land will be a development cost to the landowner.

Development has occurred at Flinders Precinct, the first estate within Latitude 32.

LandCorp is expected to commence work on Development Area 2 in 2019. 

Further development across the 1400ha will take place subject to completion of structure planning and landowner intentions over the next few decades. 

Generally, the landowner with the higher land level is responsible for the cost of a retaining wall. You are encouraged to discuss retaining and boundary wall costs with your neighbour.

1. If your development area structure plan has been advertised:

Your future redevelopment levels are shown within the structure plan and the Levels Planning Policy.

2. If your development area structure plan has yet to be advertised:

A preliminary redevelopment level is shown within the relevant development area levels plan attached to the structure plan.

These roads are classified as Primary Regional Roads under the control of Main Roads. There is no direct access from individual lots however there will be access via future Latitude 32 roads such as the North South District Distributor Road to Russell and Rowley Roads.

Please refer to Section 159 within the Planning and Development Act 2005. In line with the act, if a landowner on an adjoining road to your development wishes to develop their property after you they must contribute to the original cost of establishing the road.