Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000
Historical version for 28 April 2006 to 30 April 2006 (accessed 8 July 2020 at 03:01) Current version
Part 4 Division 4
Division 4 Amendment and repeal of contributions plans
32   How may a contributions plan be amended or repealed?
(cf clause 31 of EP&A Regulation 1994)
(1)  A council may amend a contributions plan by a subsequent contributions plan.
(2)  A council may repeal a contributions plan:
(a)  by a subsequent contributions plan, or
(b)  by public notice in a local newspaper of its decision to repeal the plan.
(3)  A council may make the following kinds of amendments to a contributions plan without the need to prepare a new contributions plan:
(a)  minor typographical corrections,
(b)  changes to the rates of section 94 monetary contributions set out in the plan to reflect quarterly or annual variations to:
(i)  readily accessible index figures adopted by the plan (such as a Consumer Price Index), or
(ii)  index figures prepared by or on behalf of the council from time to time that are specifically adopted by the plan,
(c)  the omission of details concerning works that have been completed.
33   Procedure for repealing a contributions plan by public notice
(cf clause 32 of EP&A Regulation 1994)
(1)  Before repealing a contributions plan by public notice, the council must give public notice in a local newspaper:
(a)  of its intention to repeal the contributions plan, and
(b)  of its reasons for doing so.
(2)  Publication of the notice of intention must take place at least 14 days before publication of the notice of repeal.
(3)  The repeal of a contributions plan by public notice in a local newspaper takes effect on the date of publication of the notice.
33A   Review of contributions plan
(1)  A council is required to keep a contributions plan under review and, if a date by which a plan is to be reviewed is stated in it, is to review the plan by that date.
(2)  A council is also to consider any submissions about contributions plans received from public authorities or the public.