Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000
Historical version for 28 April 2006 to 30 April 2006 (accessed 13 July 2020 at 01:35) Current version
Part 4 Division 1A Clause 25D
25D   Public notice of planning agreements
(1)  If a planning authority proposes to enter into a planning agreement, or an agreement to amend or revoke a planning agreement, in connection with a development application, the planning authority is to ensure that public notice of the proposed agreement, amendment or revocation is given as part of and contemporaneously with, and in the same manner as, any notice of the development application that is required to be given by the planning authority by or under the Act.
(1A)  If a planning authority proposes to enter into a planning agreement, or an agreement to amend or revoke a planning agreement, in connection with a proposed change to a local environmental plan, the planning authority is to ensure that public notice of the proposed agreement, amendment or revocation is given:
(a)  if practicable, as part of and contemporaneously with, and in the same manner as, any public notice of the relevant draft local environmental plan that is required to be given by the planning authority under section 66 (1) of the Act, or
(b)  if it was not practicable for notice to be given contemporaneously, as soon as possible after, and in the same manner as, any public notice of the relevant draft local environmental plan that is required to be given by the planning authority under section 66 (1) of the Act.
(2)  If the Minister proposes to enter into a planning agreement, or an agreement to amend or revoke a planning agreement, in connection with a proposed change to a regional environmental plan, the Director-General is to ensure that public notice of the proposed agreement, amendment or revocation, is given as part of and contemporaneously with, and in the same manner as, any public notice of the relevant draft regional environmental plan that is required to be given under section 47 of the Act.
(3)  The public notice of a proposed agreement, amendment or revocation must specify the arrangements relating to inspection by the public of copies of the proposed agreement, amendment or revocation.
Note.
 Section 93G of the Act requires a copy of the proposed agreement, amendment or revocation to be made available for inspection by the public for a period of not less than 28 days.