The Good Design Standard is simple to use and draws on existing state and local planning policy. It does not add additional controls to the planning scheme, in fact, if followed correctly it may result in a a more efficient planning process.
The Standard is based on ten questions which help you address important design and development considerations. By answering these questions and rating the application against each question, you will be able to demonstrate how your applications meets the Good Design Standard.
The 10 questions ask you to consider: