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Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000
Historical version for 1 March 2018 to 15 March 2018 (accessed 26 January 2020 at 20:34) Current version
Part 2 Environmental planning instruments
10 Public authorities must concur in proposed reservation of land by LEP
A planning proposal for a proposed LEP may not contain a proposed reservation of land for a purpose referred to in section 3.14 (1) (c) of the Act unless the public authority that is to be designated for the purposes of section 3.15 of the Act as the authority required to acquire the land has notified the relevant planning authority of its concurrence to the reservation of the land for that purpose.
10A Notification when council does not support request to prepare planning proposal
When a council does not support a written request made to the council by a person for the preparation of a planning proposal under Part 3 of the Act, the council is required to notify the person as soon as practicable in writing that the proposal is not supported.
11 Fee payable for costs and expenses of studies etc by relevant planning authority
(1) The relevant planning authority may enter into an agreement with a person who requests the preparation of a planning proposal under Part 3 of the Act for the payment of the costs and expenses incurred by the authority in undertaking studies and other matters required in relation to the planning proposal.(2) The fee payable to the relevant planning authority for the payment of those costs and expenses is:(a) if the authority is a council—the fee set out or determined in accordance with the agreement, or(b) in any other case—an amount (not exceeding $25,000) determined by the authority to cover the costs and expenses reasonably incurred by the authority in undertaking the studies or other matters, or such greater amount as may be agreed in the particular case.(3) A fee payable by a person under this clause is due and payable at the time notified in writing to the person by the relevant planning authority.(4) If the relevant planning authority is the Commission or a Sydney district or regional planning panel, the functions of the relevant planning authority under this clause are exercisable by the Secretary.(5) A reference in this clause to an agreement includes a reference to an arrangement.