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State Environmental Planning Policy (Mining, Petroleum Production and Extractive Industries) 2007
Current version for 2 September 2015 to date (accessed 26 July 2017 at 08:20)
Part 2 Clause 8
8   Determination of permissibility under local environmental plans
(1)  If a local environmental plan provides that development for the purposes of mining, petroleum production or extractive industry may be carried out on land with development consent if provisions of the plan are satisfied:
(a)  development for that purpose may be carried out on that land with development consent without those provisions having to be satisfied, and
(b)  those provisions have no effect in determining whether or not development for that purpose may be carried out on that land or on the determination of a development application for consent to carry out development for that purpose on that land.
(2)  Without limiting subclause (1), if a local environmental plan provides that development for the purposes of mining, petroleum production or extractive industry may be carried out on land with development consent if the consent authority is satisfied as to certain matters specified in the plan, development for that purpose may be carried out on that land with development consent without the consent authority having to be satisfied as to those specified matters.
Note.
 This clause continues the effect, in relation to mining, of State Environmental Planning Policy No 45—Permissibility of Mining. (That Policy is repealed by clause 5 of this Policy.)