Community Land Development Act 1989 No 201
18 Neighbourhood scheme other than subsidiary scheme
(1) In order to establish a neighbourhood scheme that is not part of a community scheme or precinct scheme, land that is not part of a community parcel, precinct parcel or strata parcel may be subdivided by the registration of a neighbourhood plan as a deposited plan.
(2) A neighbourhood plan must include, as sheets of the plan:
(a) a location diagram, and
(b) a detail plan, and
(c) a neighbourhood property plan, and
(d) an initial schedule of unit entitlements.
(3) The Registrar-General may refuse to register a neighbourhood plan as a deposited plan unless:
(a) the plan complies with Schedule 1, and
(b) the initial schedule of unit entitlements complies with Schedule 11, and
(c) there is endorsed on the plan the address at which documents may be served on the association constituted on registration of the plan, and
(d) the documents referred to in subsection (4) are lodged for registration with the plan.
(4) The documents required to be lodged for registration with a neighbourhood plan are:
(a) a neighbourhood management statement that complies with Schedule 4 and that, on registration, will become binding in accordance with section 13 of the Community Land Management Act 1989, and
(b) a development contract that complies with Schedule 2 and that will become binding in accordance with section 15 of the Community Land Management Act 1989.
(5) On registering the neighbourhood plan, the Registrar-General:
(a) is to make in the folio for the neighbourhood property the recordings required by Schedule 5, and
(b) may make in the folio for a neighbourhood lot a recording relating to the neighbourhood property, and
(c) may make such other recordings and notations as the Registrar-General thinks fit.
(6) The documents registered with the plan form part of the plan.