A Neighbourhood Plan is a guide for how a local area should develop and improve over time.
The City of Hobart's Neighbourhood Plans look forward 20 years. They plan for future population growth and community needs.
Neighbourhood Plans are also known as Structure Plans.
Neighbourhood Plans have real impacts. They identify how land could be developed and provide a framework to guide Council on delivering liveable communities.
They influence major changes and investment in things like:
Hobart's population is growing, and Neighbourhood Plans help direct this growth in sustainable ways that harness what is good about an area. They do this by:
Preparing a Neighbourhood Plan involves:
We will develop the plans over three main stages and we will be seeking input from the community at each step. The main stages are:
Central Hobart Plan
North Hobart Neighbourhood Plan
Mount Nelson and Sandy Bay Neighbourhood Plan
We're preparing a Neighbourhood Plan for Mount Nelson and Sandy Bay. It will guide land use planning, development, and infrastructure over the next 20 years.
We want to hear from the local community about what you love and what can be improved.
Fill out the online survey or join us in person at a workshop:
Your Say Hobart
Feedback is open until 1 January 2024.
Inner North-East Neighbourhood Plan