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Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000
Historical version for 1 March 2013 to 7 March 2013 (accessed 25 January 2020 at 20:02) Current version
263 Other fees
(cf clause 109 of EP&A Regulation 1994)
(1) The maximum charge or fee that may be imposed under section 137 (1) of the Act is:(a) the amount determined by the Director-General (either generally or in any particular case or class of cases), having regard to the cost to the Minister, corporation, Department or Director-General of doing anything referred to in that subsection, or(b) if there is not a relevant determination in force, 120 per cent of the cost to the Minister, corporation, Department or Director-General of doing anything referred to in that subsection.(2) A consent authority or council may impose a fee of not more than $36 for the lodging with it of any of the following certificates:(a) a complying development certificate,(b) a Part 4A certificate, if it is:(i) a construction certificate, or(ii) an occupation certificate, or(iii) a subdivision certificate.(3) The Director-General may, under section 137 (1A) of the Act, require a proponent who has made a request referred to in clause 124G for an order that specified development be declared State significant development under section 89C (3) of the Act to pay a fee of an amount determined by the Director-General that does not exceed the reasonable costs incurred by the Department in exercising the functions under clause 124G in respect of that request.(4) The Director-General may, under section 137 (1A) of the Act, require the payment of an initial fee of not more than $5,000 for consideration of a request that the Minister or the Director-General refer a matter to the Commission or to a regional panel.Note.The Commission and a regional panel may advise the Minister or Director-General as to planning matters under sections 23D (1) (b) (i) and 23G (2) (c) of the Act, respectively.(5) If the Minister or the Director-General determines to refer any such matter to the Commission or a regional panel, the Director-General may, under section 137 (1A) of the Act, require the payment by the person who requested the referral of a fee of not more than $15,000 for the costs and expenses incurred by the Minister or Director-General in preparing a report about the matter (including any necessary consultation with councils and other relevant agencies) or incurred by the Commission or the regional panel in providing advice to the Minister or the Director-General.(6) A fee is not payable under subclause (4) or (5) in respect of a request referred to in subclause (3).