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Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000
Historical version for 8 July 2005 to 31 July 2005 (accessed 4 June 2020 at 06:21) Current version
265 Council to maintain a register of complying development applications
(cf clause 109B of EP&A Regulation 1994)
(1) A council must maintain a register containing details of the following matters for each complying development certificate whether or not the council is the certifying authority:(a) the date when the application was made,(b) the name and address of the person making the application,(c) the address, and formal particulars of title, of the land to which the certificate relates,(d) the date when the certificate was granted or refused,(e) if the certificate was granted or refused by an accredited certifier, the name and accreditation number of the accredited certifier,(f) the date of commencement of building or subdivision work the subject of the certificate,(g) the name and accreditation number of the principal certifying authority appointed in relation to the building or subdivision work the subject of the certificate,(h) in the case of a certificate concerning residential building work (within the meaning of the Home Building Act 1989):(i) the names of licensees and owner-builders, and(ii) the names of the approved insurers (where relevant) of the licensees under Part 6 of the Home Building Act 1989, and(iii) the numbers endorsed on contractor licences and permits of which the council is informed under the requirements of this Regulation,(i) the date of issue of any related subdivision or occupation certificate,(j) the date on which notice of the granting of the certificate was published under section 101 of the Act.(2) The register must contain the following indexes of the complying development certificates referred to in subclause (1):(a) an index prepared by reference to the address of the land to which each certificate relates,(b) an index prepared by reference to the chronological order of the granting of each certificate.(3) The register is to be kept in the form of a book, in loose-leaf form, or in the form of an electronic data retrieval system.(4) The register under this clause is the register prescribed for the purposes of section 100 of the Act.