The Commission is undertaking a review into South Australia’s tourism regulation, focusing on nature-based and agriculture-based tourism sectors. It will make recommendations to improve the efficiency of the operations and performance of relevant state agencies and to improve the adaptability and resilience of the regulatory process. It will also examine ways to cut the costs of regulations on the regulated parties to make it easier to do business in the state.
The Commission is conducting a review into regulation and practice governing referrals processes that form an integral part of the state’s development approval system. The review will focus on the referral activities of select state referral agencies in the areas of environmental significance, native vegetation and transport routes and corridors. It will examine how the referrals processes can be improved to lift the competitiveness of South Australia as an investment destination.