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State Environmental Planning Policy (Exempt and Complying Development Codes) 2008
Current version for 1 July 2020 to date (accessed 15 July 2020 at 19:42)
2.8 Development standards
(1) The standards specified for that development are that the development must—(a) be for residential uses only, and(b) not have a floor area of more than—(i) in a rural zone—30m2, or(ii) in any other zone—10m2, and(c) be not higher than—(i) in a rural zone—3m above ground level (existing), or(ii) in any other zone—2.4m above ground level (existing), and(d) be located—(i) in a rural zone—at least 20m from the road boundary and 5m from each other lot boundary, or(ii) in any other zone—in the rear yard and at least 900mm from each side and rear boundary, and(e) (Repealed)(f) have an impervious floor, and(g) be constructed or installed so that roofwater is disposed of without causing a nuisance to adjoining owners, and(g1) if it is located in a residential zone and to the extent it is comprised of metal components—be constructed of low reflective, factory pre-coloured materials, and(h) if it is located on bush fire prone land and is less than 5m from a dwelling—be constructed of non-combustible material.(2) There must not be more than 2 developments per lot.Note.For fowl and poultry houses see clause 2.41.