Specific Area Plans

The Local Provisions Schedules (LPS) indicates how the State Planning Provisions (zones and codes) apply in each local municipal area. 

The Local Provisions Schedules (LPS) includes 4 Specific Area Plans (SAP) for Flinders Island based on unique characteristics of the land and unique social and economic characteristics noted in the Council Strategic Plan and the Northern Tasmania Regional Land Use Strategy. 

 

FLI-S1.0 Coastal Settlement Specific Area Plan 

The purpose of this SAP is:

  • To provide for a subdivision density for the low density areas of Palana, Killiecrankie, Emita and Bluff Road. 
  • To minimise the visual bulk of buildings by providing for a site coverage for the low density areas of Palana, Killiecrankie, Emita and Bluff Road. 
  • Full SAP overview - page 24 LPS & Zoning Strategy 

 

FLI-S2.0 Whitemark Rural Living Specific Area Plan 

The purpose of this SAP is: 

  • To provide for a broader range of housing options in the rural living area near Whitemark. 
  • To increase dwelling density and to provide for a range of housing styles without diminishing the rural character of the land.
  • Full SAP overview - page 27 LPS & Zoning Strategy 

 

FLI-S3.0 - Coastal Areas Specific Area Plan

The purpose of this SAP is:

  • To provide for development that is sympathetic to the coastal land and seascapes of Flinders Island.
  • To encourage the protection of the natural coastal environment, including coastal vegetation, dunes, shore and estuarine areas.
  • To maintain the visual amenity of coastal areas based on development that is subservient to the natural features of the landscape.
  • To encourage design that minimises vegetation clearance, disturbance to landform and disruption of ecological processes.
  • Full SAP overview - page 30 LPS & Zoning Strategy 

The purpose of this SAP is:

  • To acknowledge the port as critical island infrastructure and to restrict uses that may establish potential conflict with transport of livestock and general freight.
  • To maintain the core operation of freight and livestock movements as the principal activities at the port.
  • To restrict uses and minimise opportunities for conflict with livestock yarding and transport.
  • Full SAP overview -  page 34 LPS & Zoning Strategy 

 

 

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