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Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000
Current version for 15 November 2019 to date (accessed 23 November 2019 at 13:05)
Notice of proposed development plans and consent ballots
An authority that proposes to adopt a development plan must—not less than 14 days before the ballot papers are issued for the consent ballot, publish a notice that complies with this clause in a local newspaper and a daily newspaper circulating generally in New South Wales, andgive a written notice that complies with this clause to any council in whose area the land is situated, anddisplay, on or in the vicinity of the land to which the development plan applies, a notice complying with this clause for not less than 28 days before the ballot closes, andmake the proposed development plan publicly available.The notice must specify the following—that the authority proposes to adopt a development plan,the place, date and time at which the proposed development plan is available for inspection or the address of a website where it may be found,the date by which a vote in the ballot to approve the development plan must be received and the address to which it must be sent,the name, contact phone number and email address of the authority.