The State Planning Commission (Commission) was established under the Planning, Development and Infrastructure Act 2016 (the Act).
Under the Act, the Commission must delegate its powers and functions as a relevant authority to a Commission Assessment Panel or a person occupying a particular office or position.
The SCAP consists of seven members with planning and development expertise who are appointed by the State Planning Commission.
The State Commission Assessment Panel (SCAP) is established under the Planning, Development and Infrastructure Act 2016.
The SCAP independently assess and determine certain development applications in South Australia, as delegated by the State Planning Commission.
Applications that have been assessed, or are currently being assessed by the SCAP, can be viewed on the PlanSA Development Application Register.
Use the Advance Search function to search by ‘Decision Authority’ to find applications assessed by SCAP.
Applications currently undergoing public notification are also available on PlanSA.
Applications which are scheduled to be considered by the SCAP are published as part of the SCAP meeting agenda.
The State Commission Assessment Panel (SCAP) includes seven members appointed by the State Planning Commission.
The members are selected from various fields of expertise in the planning and development industry.