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Contents (2004 - 143)
State Environmental Planning Policy (Housing for Seniors or People with a Disability) 2004
Current version for 14 July 2017 to date (accessed 20 October 2017 at 19:43)
Chapter 3 Part 5
Part 5 Development on land adjoining land zoned primarily for urban purposes
42   Serviced self-care housing
(1)  A consent authority must not consent to a development application made pursuant to this Chapter to carry out development for the purpose of serviced self-care housing on land that adjoins land zoned primarily for urban purposes unless the consent authority is satisfied, by written evidence, that residents of the proposed development will have reasonable access to:
(a)  home delivered meals, and
(b)  personal care and home nursing, and
(c)  assistance with housework.
(2)  For the purposes of subclause (1), residents of a proposed development do not have reasonable access to the services referred to in subclause (1) if those services will be limited to services provided to residents under Government provided or funded community based care programs (such as the Home and Community Care Program administered by the Commonwealth and the State and the Community Aged Care and Extended Aged Care at Home programs administered by the Commonwealth).
43   Transport services to local centres
(1)  A consent authority must not consent to a development application made pursuant to this Chapter to carry out development for the purpose of serviced self-care housing on land that adjoins land zoned primarily for urban purposes unless the consent authority is satisfied that a bus capable of carrying at least 10 passengers will be provided to the residents of the proposed development:
(a)  that will drop off and pick up passengers at a local centre that provides residents with access to the following:
(i)  shops, bank service providers and other retail and commercial services that residents may reasonably require,
(ii)  community services and recreation facilities,
(iii)  the practice of a general medical practitioner, and
(b)  that is available both to and from the proposed development to any such local centre at least once between 8am and 12pm each day and at least once between 12pm and 6pm each day.
(2)  Subclause (1) does not apply to a development application to carry out development for the purposes of the accommodation of people with dementia.
(3)  In this clause, bank service provider has the same meaning as in clause 26.
44   Availability of facilities and services
A consent authority must be satisfied that any facility or service provided as a part of a proposed development to be carried out on land that adjoins land zoned primarily for urban purposes will be available to residents when the housing is ready for occupation. In the case of a staged development, the facilities or services may be provided proportionately according to the number of residents in each stage.