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All landowners who intend to develop will be required to contribute payments in line with the Developer Contribution Plan for their development area.

Should landowners fail to make their contribution they will be unable to obtain subdivision clearances or commence contruction in accordance with an approved building permit. They will need to make sure they can meet this obligation prior to submitting a subdivision application OR prior to the issue of a Building Licence/as condition of development, whichever is earlier.

As part of its role to administer the Development Contribution Plan, LandCorp will install key infrastucture including sewerage pump stations, drainage, land for electrical zoned substations and district distributor roads.

Timing of this key inftrastructure is dependent on sufficient funds being collected from the Development Contribution Plan.

Individual developers will be responsible for servicing their development and may also be  required to provide key infrastructure, which would be subject to reimbursement from the Development Contribution Plan.

If you're a landowner and interested in opportunities for sand and limestone to be extracted from your property, prior to commencing work you must submit a Development Application with your local council. Council will advise of additional requirements to be submitted with the application.

The levels which sand and limestone can be extracted to is identified within the Levels Planning Policy.

Landowners are able to develop at any time, subject to achieving final redevelopment levels and development in accordance with an approved Structure Plan for your development area. Landowners are encouraged to consider development with adjoining land owners.

The structure plan guides how development will be undertaken within the area. It is therefore essential that a structure plan is approved before any redevelopment occurs.

You will not be asked to leave your property and there are three options for you.

  • Sell your property on the open market,
  • Stay and continue with your approved use, or
  • Redevelop your land for industrial use.

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.

As Latitude 32 will play a significant role in the Westport Port and Environs Strategy, planning for Development Areas 4 and 5 will now form part of the strategy.

LandCorp is now investigating how it can develop its landholdings within Development Area 6 to continue to supply land beyond Flinders Precinct and to also activate the surrounding landowners.