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Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 No 203
Historical version for 1 July 1998 to 9 July 1998 (accessed 10 April 2020 at 10:17) Current version
115A Requirement for Minister’s approval
(1) A determining authority is not to carry out an activity to which this Division applies if it is the proponent of the activity unless the Minister has approved of the activity being carried out. The determining authority is to comply with any conditions to which such an approval is subject.(2) This Division applies to an activity only if:(a) the proponent has obtained an environmental impact statement in respect of the activity, and(b) the proponent of the activity is not an authority excluded from this Division by section 115D.(3) When considering whether to approve of an activity, the Minister is to review the decision of the proponent to carry out the activity having regard to the assessment of the activity under this Part and the rights and obligations of the proponent.(4) When considering whether to modify an approval granted under this Division, the Minister is required to review the decision of the proponent to modify the activity having regard to the assessment of the modification under this Part and the rights and obligations of the proponent.