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Barangaroo Act 2009 No 2
Current version for 1 July 2019 to date (accessed 20 October 2019 at 13:57)
Part 3 Division 2 Section 24
24   Regulation of Barangaroo Reserve and public domain
(1)  Infrastructure NSW may enter into an agreement with Place Management NSW for the exercise by Place Management NSW of its regulatory powers under the Place Management NSW Act 1998 and the regulations under that Act in respect of any land within Barangaroo Reserve and the public domain.
(2)  An agreement under this section may, but is not required to, make provision for the following matters:
(a)  the payment by Infrastructure NSW of fees to Place Management NSW,
(b)  the payment to Infrastructure NSW of fees or other charges collected by Place Management NSW when exercising functions under the agreement,
(c)  the provision of information to Infrastructure NSW by Place Management NSW relating to the exercise of its functions with respect to the land covered by the agreement,
(d)  additional services to be provided by or on behalf of Place Management NSW in respect of the land covered by the agreement,
(e)  conditions for the exercise of regulatory powers by Place Management NSW.
(3)  Subsection (2) does not limit the matters that may be included in an agreement under this section.
(4)  Land that is subject to an agreement under this section is taken to be managed land for the purposes of the Place Management NSW Act 1998 and land within a public area for the purposes of the regulations under that Act.
(5)  Section 22 (Roads) of the Place Management NSW Act 1998 does not apply to land the subject of an agreement under this section.
(6)  Any dispute arising under an agreement under this section between Infrastructure NSW and Place Management NSW may be resolved by the Minister.
(7)  Infrastructure NSW and Place Management NSW must comply with any direction arising out of the resolution of any such dispute and for that purpose is empowered to do so, despite the provisions of this or any other Act.