You are using a version of the website built for webcrawlers and people whose devices cannot use javascript.
Some functionality will not be available.
Contents (2000 - 557)
Skip to content
Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000
Historical version for 21 February 2003 to 24 June 2003 (accessed 24 January 2020 at 20:06) Current version
Part 15 Division 1 Clause 252A
252A   What additional fees are payable for development that requires concurrence?
(1)  An additional processing fee up to a maximum of $110, plus a concurrence fee for payment to each concurrence authority, are payable in respect of an application for development that requires concurrence under the Act or an environmental planning instrument.
(2)  The consent authority must forward each concurrence fee to the concurrence authority concerned at the same time at which it forwards a copy of the development application to the concurrence authority under clause 59.
(3)  The concurrence fee for a development application is not payable:
(a)  to any concurrence authority whose concurrence may be assumed in accordance with clause 64, or
(b)  to any concurrence authority that has notified the consent authority in writing that payment of the fee is waived, whether generally, in relation to that application or in relation to a class of development applications to which that application belongs.
(3A)  A concurrence authority may repay to the consent authority the whole or any part of a concurrence fee paid to it under this clause, in which case the consent authority must remit the amount repaid to the applicant.
(4)  The additional processing fee is not payable:
(a)  for any application in respect of which concurrence may be assumed in accordance with clause 64 for all of the concurrence authorities concerned, or
(b)  for any application made before 1 July 2002.
(5)  For the purposes of this clause, the concurrence fee payable to a concurrence authority for a development application is $250 or such lesser amount as is notified to the consent authority in writing by the concurrence authority, whether generally, in relation to that application or in relation to a class of development applications to which that application belongs.