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Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000
Historical version for 21 February 2003 to 24 June 2003 (accessed 18 January 2020 at 20:47) Current version
Division 1 Preparation of development control plans by councils
16 In what form must a development control plan be prepared?
(cf clause 15 of EP&A Regulation 1994)
(1) A development control plan must be in the form of a written statement, and may include supporting maps, plans, diagrams, illustrations and other materials.(2) A development control plan must describe the land to which it applies, and must identify any local environmental plan or deemed environmental planning instrument applying to that land.
17 For what matters may a development control plan provide?
(cf clause 16 of EP&A Regulation 1994)
A development control plan may provide for any matter for which a local environmental plan may provide.
17A Where specific consultation is required
(1) This clause applies to the following land:Land to which Wollondilly Local Environmental Plan 1991 (Amendment No 37)—Camden Park applies (the Camden Park land).(2) The initial draft development control plan for land to which this clause applies must:(a) contain comprehensive provisions relating to the subdivision of, building on and the landscaping of, that land, and(b) include details about colours of, and materials to be used in, the exteriors of buildings, trees to be retained, plantings to be made, fencing and the position of building envelopes and access roads.(3) In the preparation of a draft development control plan for the Camden Park land, the council of the area within which the land is situated must consult with the Heritage Office, the Departments of Agriculture and Transport, the National Parks and Wildlife Service and Camden Council.(4) An objective of any draft development control plan for the Camden Park land is to assist in achieving the aims of Wollondilly Local Environmental Plan 1991 (Amendment No 37)—Camden Park.