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Contents (1979 - 13)
Coastal Protection Act 1979 No 13
Current version for 30 November 2016 to date (accessed 20 November 2017 at 00:55)
Part 4C Division 2 Section 55VA
55VA   Maximum period allowed for temporary coastal protection works on public land
(1)  The maximum period allowed for temporary coastal protection works on public land is 2 years commencing on the placement of the works.
(2)  Despite subsection (1), if at the expiry of the 2-year period referred to in that subsection, a development application is pending under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 for consent to development for the purposes of coastal protection works on the public land, the maximum period allowed for the works ends:
(a)  where, on the final determination of that development application (including any appeals relating to that application), the application is refused—21 days after that final determination, or
(b)  where, on the final determination of that development application (including any appeals relating to that application), the application is granted—such further period as is specified in the consent.
(3)  Works cease to be temporary coastal protection works for the purposes of this Act if the works remain in place for longer than the maximum period allowed for temporary coastal protection works under this section.