Regional Plans and Strategies
Southern Fleurieu and KI Housing Resource
Regional Recreation, Sport and Open Space Strategy
Regional Youth Strategy 2007-2010
The Regional Youth Strategy 2007 - 2010 sets out a vision for young people in the Alexandrina Council and the City of Victor Harbor.
It aims to provide a framework for actioning Councils' policies and strategies. Young people are our future and it is in the interests of the region that Councils create youth friendly communities - an environment where young people choose to live, work and play.
This document outlines the profile of young people, their issues and concerns, and endeavours to align with relevant National, State and Regional policies and plans. This document informs a policy framework based on the overriding Vision of:
Fostering safe youth friendly communities where young people are respected and experience a strong sense of belonging; - and provides the Objectives and Strategies of the Youth Action Plan. The Youth Action Plan is currently under review.
Regional Public Health Plan for the Southern and Hills LGA
Adelaide Hills, Fleurieu Peninsula & Kangaroo Island Climate Change Adaptation Plan
South Australian Boating Facilities Strategic Plan
The Department of Planning Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) completed the South Australian Boating Facilities Strategic Plan which was launched by the Minister for Transport and Infrastructure on Friday 30th June 2017.
The plan will influence the allocation of boating infrastructure levy funds administered by DPTI, to which most boat owners contribute, in order to take a more holistice approach to future investment decsions across South Australia. Local councils and large community organisations can apply for funding contributions from the Fund towards elgible projects.
Facilities funding will be allocated to achieve the goals of the plan in three key priority areas:
- Activating key boating hubs;
- Connecting key boating routes; and
- Improving safety outcomes.
To view the document please click on the below file: