The Adelaide Hills presents exciting opportunities for development of public and private land that complement the landscape, create economic growth and enhance liveability of the region.
Take a short cut to these popular pages or explore topics related to development and Council's major infrastructure projects below.
Anyone undertaking construction, alteration or addition of a building or structure, change to current use of land, or anything that modifies a designated heritage item must seek development approval prior to commencing any work.
Learn more about strategic development, and planning policy in the Adelaide Hills including amendments to the Planning and Design Code, heritage protection and placemaking.
The Council's Rural Land Management Guide explains the roles that we all play in managing and maintaining our local land and water resources.
The Adelaide Hills Council places high emphasis on civil infrastructure and assets and is committed to the ongoing management, maintenance and replacement of public infrastructure including roads, bridges, signage, stormwater, kerbs and footpaths.
At any given time, Council will be undertaking a range of major infrastructure projects to deliver better outcomes and quality public assets for our community.