Welcome to the Development Assessment Commission
The Development Assessment Commission (Commission) is an independent statutory body established under South Australia's Development Act 1993. The DAC has a role:
- as an assessing and decision-making authority for certain types of development applications in South Australia (these are prescribed in the Development Act 1993),
- in assessing and reporting on Crown development and public infrastructure applications to the Minister for Planning who is the decision-maker for these kinds of development,
- in the initial stages of proposals being assessed under the Major Development provisions of the Development Act, and
- in providing advice to the Minister.
An indicative schedule of DAC hearings is available for download here. Please note that the meeting scheduled for 13 December has been rescheduled to Thursday, 20 December 2012.
Visit sa.gov.au for information on Development Applications, including: