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Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000
Historical version for 24 July 2015 to 30 July 2015 (accessed 8 July 2020 at 01:46) Current version
92 What additional matters must a consent authority take into consideration in determining a development application?
(cf clause 66 of EP&A Regulation 1994)
(1) For the purposes of section 79C (1) (a) (iv) of the Act, the following matters are prescribed as matters to be taken into consideration by a consent authority in determining a development application:(a) in the case of a development application for the carrying out of development:(i) in a local government area referred to in the Table to this clause, andthe provisions of that Policy,(ii) on land to which the Government Coastal Policy applies,(b) in the case of a development application for the demolition of a building, the provisions of AS 2601,(c) in the case of a development application for the carrying out of development on land that is subject to a subdivision order made under Schedule 5 to the Act, the provisions of that order and of any development plan prepared for the land by a relevant authority under that Schedule.(2) In this clause:AS 2601 means the document entitled Australian Standard AS 2601—1991: The Demolition of Structures, published by Standards Australia, and as in force at 1 July 1993.Government Coastal Policy means the publication entitled NSW Coastal Policy 1997: A Sustainable Future for the New South Wales Coast, as published by the Government (and including any maps accompanying that publication and any amendments to those maps that are publicly notified), a copy of which may be inspected during ordinary office hours:(a) at any of the offices of the Department, or(b) at the offices of any of the councils of the local government areas listed in the Table to this clause.Table
Wyong*Note.The areas marked with asterisks are only affected by the seaward part of the Government Coastal Policy, being the area extending 3 nautical miles seaward from the open coast high water mark.