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Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 No 203
Historical version for 1 December 2015 to 26 January 2016 (accessed 25 January 2020 at 13:37) Current version
95A Extension of lapsing period for 1 year
(1) If, in granting a development consent, the consent authority reduces the period after which the consent lapses to less than 5 years, the applicant or any other person entitled to act on the consent may apply to the consent authority, before the period expires, for an extension of 1 year.(2) The consent authority may grant the extension if satisfied that the applicant has shown good cause.(3) A person making an application under subsection (1) who is dissatisfied with the determination of the application or the failure of the consent authority to determine the application within 40 days after it is made, may appeal to the Court, and the Court may determine the appeal.(4) An extension of 1 year granted under this section commences to run from the later of the following:(a) the date on which the consent would have lapsed but for the extension,(b) the date on which the consent authority granted the extension or, if the Court has allowed the extension in determining an appeal, the date on which the Court determined the appeal.(5) This section does not apply to complying development.