Your View Holdfast

Welcome to YourviewHoldfast!

This is the place for you to get involved and help us shape the future of The City of Holdfast.

By participating in our engagements you are actively participating in Council’s decision-making process.

We will keep you well informed, listen to what you have to say and let you know what we're doing about it.

A good place to start is our Current Engagements or you can see what engagements are coming up on our engagement status board engagement status board


Your View
is an easy and convenient way to share your views – any time, day or night – on the issues that shape our city.

Welcome to YourviewHoldfast!

This is the place for you to get involved and help us shape the future of The City of Holdfast.

By participating in our engagements you are actively participating in Council’s decision-making process.

We will keep you well informed, listen to what you have to say and let you know what we're doing about it.

A good place to start is our Current Engagements or you can see what engagements are coming up on our engagement status board engagement status board


Your View
is an easy and convenient way to share your views – any time, day or night – on the issues that shape our city.

  • Say September

    30 days ago
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    It’s your future – share your view

    We are undertaking a review of our current strategic plan and it is vital that it reflects the needs, aspirations and expectations of our community. We’re inviting you to share your view from 1 September. What is your vision for the area, over the next ten years? How do we build a strong community, sustainable environment, prosperous economy and well-designed city?


    It’s your future – share your view

    We are undertaking a review of our current strategic plan and it is vital that it reflects the needs, aspirations and expectations of our community. We’re inviting you to share your view from 1 September. What is your vision for the area, over the next ten years? How do we build a strong community, sustainable environment, prosperous economy and well-designed city?


  • SA Planning Minister’s proposed changes to Glenelg building heights and zones

    10 months ago

    The Minister for Planning, the Hon John Rau, has released a Development Plan Amendment that proposes changes to the Holdfast Bay Development Plan to allow a greater range of medium and high-rise development along Jetty Road, the Glenelg Foreshore and areas along the Patawalonga as well as some expansion of zone boundaries.

    The State Government has now closed public consultation on the proposed changes.

    To find out what policy changes are proposed by the Minister, you can view the information sheet on the State Government website here, or the Amendment here.

    You can find details of submissions made on the DPA (including Council’s feedback) on the State Government website here.

    Next Steps

    The Development Policy and Advisory Committee (DPAC) will review written and verbal submissions and prepare a written report on the draft DPA for the Minister. The Minister will consider the DPAC report and decide whether to approve the DPA (as released for public consultation); approve the DPA with changes; or not approve the DPA. If the Minister decides to approve the DPA, it will be implemented into Council’s Development Plan. The DPA would then be reviewed by the Environment, Resources and Development Committee.





    The Minister for Planning, the Hon John Rau, has released a Development Plan Amendment that proposes changes to the Holdfast Bay Development Plan to allow a greater range of medium and high-rise development along Jetty Road, the Glenelg Foreshore and areas along the Patawalonga as well as some expansion of zone boundaries.

    The State Government has now closed public consultation on the proposed changes.

    To find out what policy changes are proposed by the Minister, you can view the information sheet on the State Government website here, or the Amendment here.

    You can find details of submissions made on the DPA (including Council’s feedback) on the State Government website here.

    Next Steps

    The Development Policy and Advisory Committee (DPAC) will review written and verbal submissions and prepare a written report on the draft DPA for the Minister. The Minister will consider the DPAC report and decide whether to approve the DPA (as released for public consultation); approve the DPA with changes; or not approve the DPA. If the Minister decides to approve the DPA, it will be implemented into Council’s Development Plan. The DPA would then be reviewed by the Environment, Resources and Development Committee.