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State Environmental Planning Policy (Exempt and Complying Development Codes) 2008
Current version for 1 July 2019 to date (accessed 19 August 2019 at 21:51)
Part 2 Division 2 Subdivision 13
Subdivision 13 Election signs
2.106   Specified development
(1)  The display of any poster that contains electoral matter in relation to an election held under the Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918 of the Commonwealth, the Parliamentary Electorates and Elections Act 1912 or the Local Government Act 1993 is development specified for the purposes of this code.
(2)  In this clause, electoral matter means:
(a)  any matter that is intended or calculated or likely to affect or is capable of affecting the result of an election or that is intended or calculated or likely to influence or is capable of influencing an elector in relation to the casting of his or her vote at an election, or
(b)  the name of a candidate at an election, the name of the party of any such candidate and the picture of any such candidate (including any photograph of the candidate and any drawing or printed matter that purports to depict any such candidate or to be a likeness or representation of any such candidate).
2.107   Development standards
The standards specified for that development are that the development must:
(a)  not be more than 0.8m2 in area, and
(b)  if on the site of a heritage item or draft heritage item—not be attached to a building, and
(c)  be displayed by or on behalf of a candidate at an election referred to in clause 2.106 or the party (if any) of any such candidate, and
(d)  be displayed in accordance with any relevant requirements of the Act under which the election is held, and
(e)  be displayed only during the following periods:
(i)  5 weeks immediately preceding the day on which the election is held,
(ii)  the day on which the election is held,
(iii)  1 week immediately following the day on which the election is held.