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Community Consultation

Your views, ideas and suggestions are important in helping to shape the future of the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters.

The Council is committed to effective consultation with our citizens and other stakeholders on issues which affect them. Listed below are the projects and programs we are currently seeking feedback on.

For more information on our approach to community consultation, download: Community Consultation Policy

Current consultation

Draft On-Street Parking Policy

01/02/2021

Consultation closes 5:00pm, 28 February 2021.

Steet parking cars on road

 

 

 

Residents, workers and visitors who park in the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters are encouraged to have their say on the City’s Draft On-Street Parking Policy.

The Council has developed the Draft On-Street Parking Policy to assist with the management of on-street parking challenges and to:

  • provide fair and equitable access
  • optimise the use of on street parking to best meet the needs of users
  • ensure the management of on-street parking is clear, transparent and equitable.

Download: Draft On-Street Parking Policy

Hard copies of the draft Policy are available at Norwood Town Hall and Norwood, St Peters and Payneham Libraries

Have your say

The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters is now seeking your comments on its Draft On-Street Parking Policy.

Do you have concerns about parking in the City? Do you think there could be improvements to parking arrangements? We want to hear from you!

Provide your comments by:

Email: townhall@npsp.sa.gov.au

Or

Post:
Attention: On-Street Parking Policy
City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters
PO Box 204
Kent Town SA 5071

Comments must be received by 5:00pm, 28 February 2021.

 Contact

For more information, contact Norwood Town Hall Customer Service on 08 8366 4555 or email townhall@npsp.sa.gov.au 

Proposed Declaration of Separate Rate – Charlotte Lane, Norwood

28/01/2021

Consultation closes 5:00pm, Friday 19 February 2021

street parked cars and kerb

 

 

 

The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters is undertaking consultation on the proposed introduction of a Separate Rate for the properties immediately adjacent to the Public Road known as ‘Charlotte Lane’, Norwood.

The proposed Separate Rate is for the purpose of recovering the costs of converting Charlotte Lane, which was formerly a Private Laneway, to Public Road, in accordance with the Council’s Private Laneways Policy & Procedure and Section 210 of the Local Government Act 1999.

A Fact Sheet providing information about the proposed Separate Rate, including where the Separate Rate will apply and how it is calculated, is available for download below, or in person at the Norwood Town Hall, 175 The Parade, Norwood.

A Map showing the properties that will be subject to the proposed Separate Rate is also available for download below.

Download:

Have your say

In writing

Comments on the proposed Separate Rate can be provided in writing to the Council by:

Email:
townhall@npsp.sa.gov.au

Post:
Attention: Manager, Governance, Legal & Property
City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters
PO Box 204, Kent Town SA 5071

Comments must be received by the Council no later than 5:00pm, Friday 19 February 2021.

Public meeting

A public meeting will also be held in relation to the proposed Separate Rate:

Date: Monday 22 February 2021
Time: 6:00-6:30pm
Venue: Don Pyatt Hall, 175 The Parade, Norwood (George Street entrance).

Contact

Council’s Manager, Governance, Legal & Property
T: 08 8366 4507
E: idunning@npsp.sa.gov.au

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Long-term Financial Plan 2021-2031

10/12/2020

Consultation closes 5:00pm, Wednesday 6 January 2021.

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Background

The Local Government Act 1999 requires all councils to prepare a Long-term Financial Plan (“the Plan”) covering a period of at least ten years. 

The Long-term Financial Plan is a key document in the Council’s Strategic Planning Framework. It is the primary financial management tool linking the Councils' Strategic Plan, CityPlan 2030, Whole of Life Asset Management Plans and the Annual Business Plan and Budget

About

As a result of the financial and economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Council responded with a $1.159 million Financial Support Package in the 2020-2021 Budget, with the main element of that package being a 0% rate revenue increase, which for wider community resulted in a zero rate increase. 

The long-term financial impact of the zero percent increase over the 10-year life of the LTFP, is a loss of rate revenue in the order of $7.8 million.

The Plan assumes that from 2021–2031, the Council has implemented changes to its operations and that the provision of existing services, programs and activities have resumed.

The financial projections contained within the Plan provide an indication of the Council’s direction and financial capacity rather than predicting the future financial performance and position of the Council. The Plan should be viewed as a guide to future actions or opportunities which encourages Council to think about the future impact of decisions made today on the Council’s long-term financial sustainability.

Download draft Long-term Financial Plan

Hard copies are available for viewing at:

Have your say

You can provide your comments in the following ways:

Online Survey Form

Or

Download and complete Survey Form (PDF)

Alternatively, you can provide written comments by:

Email:
LTFPReview@npsp.sa.gov.au

Post:
Draft Long-term Financial Plan Consultation
City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters
PO Box 204
Kent Town SA 5071

Comments must be received by the Council no later than 5:00pm, Wednesday 6 January 2021.

More information

Why make a submission

Providing your submission will ensure that your comments of support or concern for a certain issue or proposal are considered when the Council is making its decisions.

The Council would like to encourage active participation in consultation to promote ownership and empowerment within the Community.

How to make an effective submission

When providing your submission, please:

  • clearly state your opinion and reasons for or against the proposal or sections thereof
  • state how your concerns could be addressed or outline any suggestions for resolving a problem or issue (if possible)
  • list any references or provide evidence, relevant material, or specific examples to help demonstrate your views or suggestions
  • include the section, recommendation and page number of the proposal to which your comments refer (if relevant)
  • keep your comments concise and number all issues you wish to address. This will ensure accurate interpretation of your comments into the Schedule of Submissions.

Consideration of submissions

All submissions received will be summarised in a schedule of submissions for consideration by Council at a Council workshop or a formal Council meeting. This consideration may result in the proposal being modified to address the issues, approved without modification, or refused.

Please note that submissions received may be included in Council’s Agenda and that these are available to the general public.

Once a decision has been made on the matter, the Council will communicate its decision through a personal letter, in the Council meeting minutes, on the Council’s website or in a Council newsletter.

Contact

If you wish to discuss your comments, please contact the Council’s General Manager, Corporate Services, on 08 8366 4585.

 

Draft Asset Management Plans 2020

10/12/2020

Consultation closes 5:00pm, Wednesday 6 January 2021.

 Norwood Council - Schweppes Drainage Progress - May 2020-2

 

  

The Council’s Asset Management Plans set out how the Council intends to manage its key assets going forward.

Asset management planning ensures delivery of services from infrastructure is provided in a cost effective and sustainable manner.

The Council has developed a strategic approach to asset management and has developed the following four Asset Management Plans which are based on the total life cycle of assets.

  • Civil Infrastructure
  • Building Infrastructure
  • Stormwater Management Infrastructure
  • Recreation and Open Space Infrastructure

The Asset Management Plans have been developed in accordance with requirements under the Local Government Act 1999 and cover a period of at least ten years. 

Asset Management Plans are reviewed annually as part of the Council’s Budget Process and therefore subject to amendment.

Download draft Asset Management Plans 2020

Hard copies of the above draft Plans are available for viewing at:

Have your say

Do you have any comments on the content in the draft Asset Management Plans 2020?

You can provide your comments in the following ways:

Online Comments Form

Or

Print Comments Form (PDF)

Alternatively, you can provide written comments by:

Email:
townhall@npsp.sa.gov.au

Post:
draft Asset Management Plans 2020
City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters
PO Box 204
Kent Town SA 5071

Comments must be received by the Council no later than 5:00pm, Wednesday 6 January 2021.

More information

Why make a submission

Providing your submission will ensure that your comments of support or concern for a certain issue or proposal are considered when the Council is making its decisions.

The Council would like to encourage active participation in consultation to promote ownership and empowerment within the Community.

How to make an effective submission

When providing your submission, please:

  • clearly state your opinion and reasons for or against the proposal or sections thereof
  • state how your concerns could be addressed or outline any suggestions for resolving a problem or issue (if possible)
  • list any references or provide evidence, relevant material, or specific examples to help demonstrate your views or suggestions
  • include the section, recommendation and page number of the proposal to which your comments refer (if relevant)
  • keep your comments concise and number all issues you wish to address. This will ensure accurate interpretation of your comments into the Schedule of Submissions.

Consideration of submissions

All submissions received will be summarised in a schedule of submissions for consideration by Council at a Council workshop or a formal Council meeting. This consideration may result in the proposal being modified to address the issues, approved without modification, or refused.

Please note that submissions received may be included in Council’s Agenda and that these are available to the general public.

Once a decision has been made on the matter, the Council will communicate its decision through a personal letter, in the Council meeting minutes, on the Council’s website or in a Council newsletter.

Contact

For more information, contact the Council’s Project Manager, Assets, Scott Dearman on 08 8366 4555.

 

Draft Smart City Plan

28/10/2020

Consultation closed 5 November 2020.

Norwood Parade Dillons Crossing Streetscape larger version

 

 

 

The Council has developed a draft Smart City Plan which will guide the City to becoming more digitally connected and technologically enhanced.

As a smart city, the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters will join global leaders such as London, Toronto and Tokyo in using infrastructure, innovation and technology to improve liveability in the City.

Smart cities collect and use data to improve day-to-day activities for citizens and visitors alike.

Examples of this include:

  • traffic management: monitoring the flow and speed of traffic and optimising the installation of traffic management infrastructure to reduce congestion and create a hassle-free commute, whilst providing safe residential living environment
  • free public Wi-Fi: providing free access to the internet along major shopping and business precincts to enhance connectivity and access to information
  • smart parking: using smartphone apps so that drivers can easily find available parking spaces, and extend their parking times remotely
  • public e-charging stations: smart benches equipped with solar powered charging for devices including smartphones, laptops, and tablets and e-charging stations to charge electric vehicles.

The draft Smart City Plan includes a framework for the Council to plan, design and accelerate the deployment of smart city technology for the benefit of the community.

Consultation process

Development of the Smart City Plan is being undertaken in consultation with key stakeholders and our community.  An online survey and two in-person community engagement sessions were held in February 2020 to gather ‘up front’ community insights in an effort to ensure that the Council’s Smart City Plan is tailored to meet the needs of our community.

The ‘up front’ community consultation revealed that the highest issues of importance to the community included the provision of smart technology for sustainability, enhanced community engagement and participation and the Council supporting local innovation.

The comments received through the community engagement workshops and on-line survey was used to assist preparation of the draft Smart City Plan which will be focused around eight key themes.

Key documents

Download:

Have your say!

As part of the second stage of consultation, the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters is now seeking your comments on the Draft Smart City Plan and invites you to have your say!

Are we still on the right track? Is there something missing? We want to hear from you!

Provide your comments:

Online

Start online survey


Email

Email your comments to smartcityplan@npsp.sa.gov.au.

 

Post

Draft Smart City Plan Consultation
City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters
PO Box 204
Kent Town SA 5071

Hard copies of the draft Smart City Plan are available at:

 

Please note: All comments and submissions received as part of the community consultation will be collated and summarised for consideration by the Council and will be used to inform the final Smart City Plan.

 

CityPlan 2030: Shaping Our Future: Mid Term Review - Consultation Closed

16/09/2020

Consultation closed 16 October 2020.

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CityPlan 2030: Shaping Our Future is the leading document in the Council’s Strategic Planning Framework and guides the future planning, programming and delivery of projects and services for the City.

CityPlan 2030 was first prepared in 2007 and adopted by the Council in July 2008 following an extensive community visioning and engagement exercise. The Strategy is reviewed every four years with its most recent review undertaken in 2017.

The Council is currently in the process of undertaking a Mid Term Review to check whether the priorities and strategies are still relevant and whether adjustments and improvements are required. As part of that process, the Council conducted the first stage of consultation where randomly selected members of the community were invited to provide their comments on the existing CityPlan 2030. This feedback was then used to inform the Mid Term Review of the Strategy.

Key documents

 

Have Your Say!

As part of the second stage of consultation, the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters is now seeking your comments on the Draft CityPlan 2030 – Mid Term Review and invites you to have your say!

Are we still on the right track? Is there something missing? We want to hear from you!

Provide your comments:

Online survey

Start survey

Alternatively, download and complete: Mid Term Review 2020 Survey

Email

Email your comments to townhall@npsp.sa.gov.au.

Drop-in sessions

In person by attending one of the drop-in sessions scheduled at the below times.

Drop-in sessions:

Wednesday 23 September 2020

9:30am–11:30am                    

Payneham Library

2 Turner Street, Felixstow

Thursday 8 October 2020

6:00pm–8:00pm

Norwood Town Hall Customer Centre

175 The Parade, Norwood

Monday 12 October 2020

2:30pm–4:30pm

St Peters Library

101 Payneham Road, St Peters

Post

Draft CityPlan 2030 - Mid Term Review Consultation
City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters
PO Box 204
Kent Town SA 5071

Hard copies of the Strategy are available at:

Please note: All comments and submissions received as part of the community consultation will be collated and summarised for consideration by the Council and will be used to inform the final CityPlan 2030 – Mid Term Review document.

 

Draft 2021-2026 Economic Development Strategy

20/07/2020

Consultation closed: 5pm, Monday 17 August 2020

 Business woman retail shopping bag

 

 

The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters is seeking your comments on the Draft 2021-2026 Economic Development Strategy, which outlines the Council’s strategic direction for economic development over the next five years.

The Draft 2021-2026 Economic Development Strategy articulates the Council’s role and priorities in supporting the local economy and its businesses in order to achieve economic growth and employment.

This document has been constructed during a global pandemic which has contributed to adding unforeseen complexities and outcomes to economic development objectives.

The Draft 2021-2026 Economic Development Strategy has been developed around four key themes:

  • Dynamic and Diverse City
  • Destination City
  • Innovative City
  • Business Friendly City

Download: Draft 2021 - 2026 Economic Development Strategy

 

Have Your Say!

The Council values contributions from the community and would appreciate your comments on the Draft 2021-2026 Economic Development Strategy.

You can provide your comments in the following ways:

Online survey closed

 

Alternatively, provide written comments to the Economic Development Unit via: 

Email:
townhall@npsp.sa.gov.au

Post:
Draft 2021-2026 Economic Development Strategy Consultation
City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters
PO Box 204
Kent Town SA 5071

 

Attend a community drop-in event

Drop-in event dates and times:

  • Session 1 - 5:00pm to 6:30pm Wednesday 5 August 2020 at Norwood Town Hall Customer Service Foyer (175 The Parade, Norwood)
  • Session 2 - 8:00am to 9:30am Friday 7 August 2020 at V2 Fit (61 King William Street, Kent Town)
  • Session 3 - 3:00pm to 4:30pm Wednesday 12 August 2020 at Robern Menz (71 Glynburn Road, Glynde)

Comments must be received by 5pm, Monday 17 August 2020.

More information

Council’s Economic Development Coordinator
Stacey Evreniadis
T: 08 8366 4616
E: sevreniadis@npsp.sa.gov.au

Draft Annual Business Plan and Budget 2020-2021

13/05/2020

Consultation closes 5:00pm, Wednesday 3 June 2020

Norwood Streetscape Norwood Town Hall

 

 

 

The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters Annual Business Plan is a key document in the Council’s overall Planning Framework. It sets out the Council’s proposed projects, services and programs for the 2020–2021 financial year.

The Annual Business Plan is designed to meet the legislative requirements under the Local Government Act 1999.

Download: draft Annual Business Plan and Budget 2020-2021

Have your say!

You can have your say in the following ways:

Complete the online feedback form

 Online Feedback Form

 

Alternatively, download and complete the printable: Feedback Form (PDF)

 

Write to us

By post:

Annual Business Plan consultation
City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters
PO Box 204
Kent Town SA 5071

By email: ABPConsultation@npsp.sa.gov.au

 

Please provide your feedback by 5:00pm, Wednesday 3 June 2020.

 

Public access to Council documents

All documents and Council-related information can be accessed on this website.

Alternatively, a copy of a document can be made available upon request in hard copy or electronic form and free of charge.

Please contact the Council’s Customer Service Team on 08 8366 4555 or via email: townhall@npsp.sa.gov.au to request a copy of a document.

Contact

Sharon Perkins
General Manager, Corporate Services
T: 08 8366 4585
E: ABPConsultation@npsp.sa.gov.au


More information

Submission guidelines and additional information

Why make a submission

Making a written submission will ensure that your comments of support or concern for a certain issue or proposal are considered when Council is making a decision. Council would like to encourage active participation in consultation to promote ownership and empowerment within the Community.

 

Consideration of submissions

All submissions received will be summarised in a schedule of submissions for consideration by Council at a Council workshop and or a formal Council meeting. This consideration may result in the proposal being modified to address the issues; approved without modification; or refused.

Please note that submissions received may be included in Council’s Agenda and that these are available to the general public.

Once a decision has been made on the matter, the Council will communicate its decision through at least one of the following mediums:

  • personal letter
  • Council meeting minutes
  • Council website
  • Council eNewsletter.

 

An effective submission

To be effective a submission should:

  • clearly state your opinion and reasons for or against the proposal or sections there of,
  • state how your concerns could be addressed or outline any suggestions for resolving a problem or issue (if possible),
  • list any references or provide evidence, relevant material, or specific examples to help demonstrate your views or suggestions,
  • include the section, recommendation and page number of the proposal to which your comments refer (if relevant),
  • to ensure accurate interpretation of your comments into the Schedule of Submissions, please keep your comments concise and number all issues you wish to address.

 

Stay connected

For more information about Council services, programs and events during COVID-19 pandemic, visit COVID-19 Latest Updates

For regular updates, connect with us on FacebookInstagram and Twitter @cityofnpsp or subscribe to our eNewsletter, Your NPSP.

CityPlan 2030: mid term review

27/03/2020

CityPlan 2030: Shaping Our Future is the leading document in the Council’s Strategic Planning Framework, and guides the future planning, programming and delivery of projects and services for our City.

All Councils are required to prepare a Strategic Management Plan which complies with the requirements of Section 122 of the Local Government Act 1999.

CityPlan 2030 was developed in 2007 through an extensive visioning program with the community and identifies the broad strategic directions which the Council is working towards to create the desired future for the community of the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters.

The Plan was last updated in 2017. The Council is now undertaking a mid term review and as part of that process will be engaging with the community through a variety of consultation programs.

For further background information, visit: CityPlan 2030: Mid term review

Your say

The first stage of consultation initially involved invitations that were sent to a randomly targeted audience consisting of 1,500 residential and commercial ratepayers.

Unfortunately due to the implications of COVID-19, the community forums previously scheduled for 8 April have now been cancelled.

The Council is currently preparing a revised approach whereby members of the community will still get to contribute to the mid term review.

Further details will be available on this website as soon as possible.

For any further information, please contact the Council's Economic Development & Strategic Projects Coordinator on 08 8366 4524.

Draft Community Land Management Plans

04/03/2020

Consultation closed 5.00pm, Friday 10 April 2020.  

Felixstow Reserve, Felixstow - at dusk

 

 

 

The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters is proposing to adopt new Community Land Management Plans for all community land within the City.

To facilitate this, the Council is also proposing to revoke the Council’s existing Community Land Management Plans.

Comments are invited on both proposals.

What are community land management plans

Pursuant to Section 196 of the Local Government Act 1999 (the Act), all councils are required to prepare management plans for community land within their council area. Almost all land that is owned by a council or under its care, control or management (excluding roads) is classified as community land – including, parks and reserves, sporting facilities, civic and community facilities, and operational land.

Community Land Management Plans set out the Council’s objectives, strategies and performance targets for ongoing management and use of community land.

 

Review of community land management plans

The Council currently has 114 Community Land Management Plans—one for each parcel of land. These Plans have been reviewed to ensure legislative compliance and to provide a more practical management framework for the Council’s community land. Four new Plans have been prepared for each of the following categories of community land:

  • parks and reserves
  • sporting facilities
  • civic and community facilities; and
  • operational and other community land.

The Council’s Community Land Register has also been updated.

The draft Plans are available for download below. Alternatively, hard copies are available at the Norwood Town Hall Customer Service Centre or one of the Council’s Libraries

 

Download draft plans

 

Related documents

 

Existing plans

Hard copies of the Council’s existing Community Land Management Plans are available for viewing at the Norwood Town Hall Customer Service Centre. Electronic copies of individual Plans are available upon request.

Have your say

Please complete the online comments form.

Online comments form closed

 

Alternatively, you can provide written comments via:

All comments and submissions received will be collated and summarised for consideration by the Council.

Contact

Lisa Mara
General Manager, Governance & Community Affairs
T: 08 8366 4549
E: lmara@npsp.sa.gov.au

Proposed Dog Parks

10/02/2020

Consultation closed 5.00pm, Friday 6 March 2020.

dog park consultation

 

 

 

The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters is seeking your comments on a proposal to establish a dedicated dog park in Otto Park and in a portion of Hannaford Reserve, St Peters.

 

Background

The Council’s 2019-2024 Dog and Cat Management Plan includes an objective to investigate the establishment of a dedicated dog park in the City.

Dog parks are dedicated areas where dog owners can exercise their dogs. Dog parks are usually fenced and may include facilities such as dog agility / play equipment, varied ground surfaces and landscaping (e.g. turf, mulch, sand and mounds), double gates, shelters and seating.

The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters currently has 10 off-leash areas, where residents and visitors can exercise their dogs off-leash, alongside other users of the reserve.

 

Proposed dog park locations

Following consideration of various options, the Council is proposing to change Otto Park and a portion of Hannaford Reserve to be dedicated exclusively for use as dog parks.

If the Council proceeds with the establishment of a dedicated dog park in both locations, it is proposed that Otto Reserve would remain as a fenced grassed area for dog exercise.

Given the large size of Hannaford Reserve, including the recent purchase of adjacent land to be incorporated into the reserve, it is proposed that Hannaford Reserve would be redeveloped to include a section that is designated as a dog park, alongside an open space and playground area.

You can view the location of both reserves on the map below.

For more information regarding dog parks, download the Dog & Cat Management Board’s publication: Unleashed: A Guide to Successful Dog Parks

 

Have your say

The Council is seeking your comments on the proposed establishment of a dedicated dog park in Otto Park and in a portion of Hannaford Reserve, St Peters.

You can provide your comments in the following ways:

Online Comments Form

 

Alternatively, you can download and complete the Comments Form

Comments may also be provided by:

  • post: City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters, PO Box 204, Kent Town SA 5071

Comments must be received by no later than 5.00pm, Friday 6 March 2020.

 

Borthwick Park Creek Improvements Draft Concept Plan

28/01/2020

Consultation closed 5.00pm,
Monday 17 February 2020.

 Borthwick Park Consultation image

 

 

The City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters is seeking your comments on the Borthwick Park Creek Improvements Draft Concept Plan, which seeks to address community concerns in relation to bank erosion, water quality and access to Second Creek at Borthwick Park, Kensington.

The draft Concept Plan proposes some changes which will create safe access to Second Creek, tabilise the creek bank, provide additional native plantings, and eliminate stagnant standing water during the drier months.

The proposed improvements will further contribute to Borthwick Park being a quality open space by providing new nature play and passive recreation opportunities and increased native plant biodiversity and animal habitat.

 

Draft concept plan

The draft Concept Plan proposes to:

  • create safe access on the northern bank utilising rocks and logs to create natural steps down to the creek
  • stabilise the northern bank with rocks set in mortar to prevent erosion
  • place large rocks as stepping stones near the creek’s edge for nature play
  • plant new native trees and shrubs on the northern bank above the high water mark to revegetate the disturbed slope and provide habitat and amenity
  • remove the existing weir and infill the deep section of the creek bed adjacent the “beach area” to eliminate stagnant water during the drier months
  • undertake minor work to repair damaged or missing stone facing on the existing southern bank.

Download: Borthwick Park Creek Improvements Draft Concept Plan

 

Have your say

The Council values your opinion and would appreciate your comments on the Borthwick Park Creek Improvements Draft Concept Plan.

You can provide your comments in the following ways:

 

Complete online survey

Online survey

 

Write to us

By email: townhall@npsp.sa.gov.au

By post:
Borthwick Park Creek Improvements Draft Concept Plan
City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters
PO Box 204
Kent Town SA 5071

Comments must be received by no later than 5.00pm, Monday 17 February 2020.