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TASMANIAN PLANNING SCHEME

The Tasmanian Planning Scheme (TPS) will apply across the whole State. It will replace the current planning schemes that operate in each Council area.

The State Government has made available a fact sheet outlining the structure and process of the TPS, or for further information visit the State Government’s planning reform website here.

The TPS is made up of the State Planning Provisions (SPP’s) and a Local Provisions Schedule (LPS) for each council area.

 

 

In accordance with legislation, Brighton Council has prepared and publicly exhibited the Brighton Draft LPS. Council’s report that considers the representations during the public exhibition period was determined at the Council meeting on Tuesday 20 August 2019. The report has been forwarded to the Tasmanian Planning Commission (the Commission) who will hold hearings on the representations. The Commission will contact representors directly about hearing dates.

The report on the representations is included here:

Pages from Ordinary Agenda

Brighton Draft LPS Section 35F report

Brighton Draft LPS s.35F Report – APPENDICES

 

For information purposes, the documents that were placed on public exhibition are provided below.

The public exhibition period for the Brighton Draft Local Provisions Schedule has now closed. The below is for information only. 

STATE PLANNING PROVISIONS 

The SPP’s were made by the Minister in February 2017 with minor amendments in April 2018.

 

The SPP’s set out the way the planning scheme operates, the zones that can be applied to land and the planning rules for use and development that occurs within those zones. The SPP’s also include planning rules in codes, relating to matters that occur across various zones. The intent of the TPS is to achieve as much consistency as possible in the planning rules that apply across the State.

 

The SPP’s are attached here:

State Planning Provisions

 

LOCAL PROVISIONS SCHEDULE

The LPS requirements are set out in the SPP’s and are part of the legislated framework.

 

The Brighton draft LPS is made up of:

  • The zone and code maps;
  • The written Brighton draft LPS, including
    • Local area objectives (LAO’s);
    • Particular Purpose Zones (PPZ’s);
    • Specific Area Plans (SAP’s)
    • Site Specific Qualifications (SSQ’s)
    • Code overlay maps (prescribed and local data)
    • Code lists

 

The written draft Brighton LPS document is attached here:

Brighton draft LPS ordinance

 

The zone and code maps can be viewed through a web-based map platform by clicking on the link below:

Brighton draft LPS online mapping tool

 

or are available as an A3 PDF version map book attached here:

Brighton draft LPS – Zone Maps

Brighton draft LPS – Zones Maps

Brighton draft LPS – LAO SAP SSQ Maps

Brighton draft LPS – Bushfire Prone Areas Maps

Brighton draft LPS – Bushfire Prone Areas Maps

Brighton draft LPS – Coastal Inundation Maps

Brighton draft LPS – Electricity Transmission Infrastructure Maps

Brighton draft LPS – Flood Prone Areas Maps

Brighton draft LPS – Heritage Maps

Brighton draft LPS – Landslip Maps

Brighton draft LPS – Natural Assets Maps

 

SUPPORTING REPORT

The contents of the  Brighton Draft LPS and associated requirements under the Act are discussed in a supporting report attached here:

Brighton draft LPS Supporting Report

Brighton Draft LPS Supporting Report – Appendices

 

TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS 

The Brighton draft LPS includes some specific area plans, site specific qualifications and code applying provisions that are currently operating in the Brighton Interim Planning Scheme 2015. These provisions have been approved by the Minister for Planning to transition into the Brighton draft LPS under Schedule 6 of the Act and must be included in the Brighton draft LPS.

The approved Transitional Provisions are attached here:

Brighton LPS Transitional Provisions Declarations – 20 March 2019