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Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000
Historical version for 7 September 2009 to 25 October 2009 (accessed 15 August 2020 at 12:32) Current version
8G Public information about documents relating to projects
(1) This clause applies to the duty of the Director-General under section 75X (2) of the Act to make specified documents relating to a project publicly available.(2) The documents are to be made available on the Department’s website and in such other locations as the Director-General determines.(3) The documents are to be posted on the Department’s website and in those other locations within 14 days of:(a) in the case of a document that is an application, request or submission—the date on which the application, request or submission is made, or(b) in the case of a document that is a determination of environmental assessment requirements, a report or an approval—the date on which the determination, report or approval is made or given.(4) In addition to the documents referred to in section 75X (2) of the Act, the Director-General is to include on the Department’s website and in such other locations as the Director-General determines the following documents:(a) the declaration of development as a project to which Part 3A of the Act applies or its declaration as a critical infrastructure project,(b) guidelines published under section 75F or 75H of the Act,(c) any environmental assessment in relation to a project that has been placed on public exhibition under section 75H of the Act,(d) responses to submissions, preferred project reports and other material in relation to a project provided to the Director-General by the proponent after the end of the public consultation period (whether under section 75H (6) of the Act or otherwise),(e) reports of panels under section 75G of the Act (as in force before its repeal) or of reviews by the Planning Assessment Commission,(f) any reasons given to the proponent by the Minister as referred to in section 75X (3) of the Act.(5) A document may be made available on the Department’s website by providing an electronic link to the document on another website.