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Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 No 203
Current version for 25 August 2017 to date (accessed 21 September 2017 at 00:46)
Part 4 Division 5 Section 91
91   What is “integrated development”?
(1)  Integrated development is development (not being State significant development or complying development) that, in order for it to be carried out, requires development consent and one or more of the following approvals:
Act
Provision
Approval
s 144
aquaculture permit
 
s 201
permit to carry out dredging or reclamation work
 
s 205
permit to cut, remove, damage or destroy marine vegetation on public water land or an aquaculture lease, or on the foreshore of any such land or lease
 
s 219
permit to:
(a)  set a net, netting or other material, or
(b)  construct or alter a dam, floodgate, causeway or weir, or
(c)  otherwise create an obstruction,
     across or within a bay, inlet, river or creek, or across or around a flat
s 58
approval in respect of the doing or carrying out of an act, matter or thing referred to in s 57 (1)
s 15
approval to alter or erect improvements within a mine subsidence district or to subdivide land therein
ss 63, 64
grant of mining lease
s 90
grant of Aboriginal heritage impact permit
s 16
grant of production lease
ss 43 (a), 47 and 55
Environment protection licence to authorise carrying out of scheduled development work at any premises.
 
ss 43 (b), 48 and 55
Environment protection licence to authorise carrying out of scheduled activities at any premises (excluding any activity described as a “waste activity” but including any activity described as a “waste facility”).
 
ss 43 (d), 55 and 122
Environment protection licences to control carrying out of non-scheduled activities for the purposes of regulating water pollution resulting from the activity.
s 138
consent to:
(a)  erect a structure or carry out a work in, on or over a public road, or
(b)  dig up or disturb the surface of a public road, or
(c)  remove or interfere with a structure, work or tree on a public road, or
(d)  pump water into a public road from any land adjoining the road, or
(e)  connect a road (whether public or private) to a classified road
s 100B
authorisation under section 100B in respect of bush fire safety of subdivision of land that could lawfully be used for residential or rural residential purposes or development of land for special fire protection purposes
ss 89, 90, 91
water use approval, water management work approval or activity approval under Part 3 of Chapter 3
(1A)  Development is integrated development in respect of a licence that may be granted under the Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997 to control the carrying out of non-scheduled activities for the purpose of regulating water pollution only if:
(a)  the development application stipulates that an application for such a licence has been or will be made in respect of the development, or
(b)  the Environment Protection Authority notifies the consent authority in writing before the development application is granted or refused that an application for such a licence has been or may be made in respect of the development.
(2)  Development is not integrated development in respect of an Aboriginal heritage impact permit required under Part 6 of the National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974 unless:
(a)  an Aboriginal object referred to in that Part is known, immediately before the development application is made, to exist on the land to which the development application applies, or
(b)  the land to which the development application applies is an Aboriginal place within the meaning of that Act immediately before the development application is made.
(3)  Development is not integrated development in respect of the consent required under section 138 of the Roads Act 1993 if, in order for the development to be carried out, it requires the development consent of a council and the approval of the same council.
(4)  Development is not integrated development in respect of the approval required under section 57 of the Heritage Act 1977 if the approval that is required is the approval of a council.