Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 No 203
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Part 3 Division 4 Section 59
59   Making of local environmental plan by Minister
(1)  The Director-General is to make arrangements for the drafting of any required local environmental plan to give effect to the final proposals of the relevant planning authority. The Director-General is to consult the relevant planning authority, in accordance with the regulations, on the terms of any such draft instrument.
(2)  The Minister (or the Minister’s delegate) may, following completion of community consultation:
(a)  make a local environmental plan (with or without variation of the proposals submitted by the relevant planning authority) in the terms the Minister (or delegate) considers appropriate, or
(b)  decide not to make the proposed local environmental plan.
(3)  The Minister (or the Minister’s delegate) may defer the inclusion of a matter in a proposed local environmental plan.
(4)  If the Minister (or the Minister’s delegate) does not make the proposed local environmental plan or defers the inclusion of a matter in a proposed local environmental plan, the Minister (or delegate) may specify which procedures under this Division the relevant planning authority must comply with before the matter is resubmitted to the Minister (or delegate).