State Environmental Planning Policy (Exempt and Complying Development Codes) 2008
Current version for 17 April 2020 to date (accessed 26 May 2020 at 22:31)
5.16   Development standards
The standards specified for that development are that the development must—
(a)  not result in more than one such freestanding sign for each street frontage of the lot on which the development is located that is more than 15m in width, and
(b)  not be higher than 6m from ground level (existing), and
(c)  not have an area for the sign of more than 8m2 unless paragraph (d) applies, and
(d)  if the development is located on premises with more than one commercial tenant—not have an area for the sign of more than 16m2, and
(e)  not be located within 3m of any protected tree, and
(f)  be constructed and installed in accordance with—
(i)  AS/NZS 1170.0:2002, Structural design actions, Part 0: General principles, and
(ii)  AS/NZS 1170.2:2011, Structural design actions, Part 2: Wind actions, and
(g)  not obstruct the visibility sight lines of, or interfere with, any traffic control device, including traffic control lights, and
(h)  if the sign is illuminated—
(i)  have its means of illumination, including any associated cables, concealed or integrated within the frame of the sign, and
(ii)  not be animated, flashing or moving, and
(iii)  comply with AS 4282—1997, Control of the obtrusive effects of outdoor lighting, and
(i)  if the sign is a business identification sign and is on land that is within 50m of land that is within a residential zone and the sign faces the residential zone—only be illuminated during the following periods—
(i)  if the hours of operation of the business identified on the sign have been approved—during those hours, or
(ii)  if the hours of operation of the business identified on the sign have not been approved—between 7.00 am and 10.00 pm on any day.
Note.
 A structure on public land or on or over a public road requires the prior approval of the relevant authority under the Local Government Act 1993 or the Roads Act 1993, respectively.