This workshop is part of the IRP3 Salisbury case study seeking to explore the extent to which the South Australian planning system facilitates the implementation of water sensitive development scenarios and infill housing typologies.
Through a hypothetical application of the draft Planning and Design Code (the Code) to different infill scenarios for the Salisbury East Precinct, this workshop with the City of Salisbury provides a unique opportunity to (a) investigate the limits of the Code, and (b) unpack the broader governance and institutional factors that enable or constrain the delivery of high quality infill housing and a greener and more connected public realm.
The objectives of this workshop are to:
- Test how the infill housing typologies and public realm designs of the Salisbury East water sensitive precinct plan could be implemented
- Explore potential benefits, opportunities, constraints and partnerships to advance water sensitive urban design in Salisbury.
If you would like any further information please contact Sylvia Tawfik.