Monday, 21 August 2017
NSW Planning Reform: A new world order?
Date : 06 March 2017
Author/s : Helen Macfarlane, Stephanie Mulvey, Jennifer Hutton
Type : Focus Paper
 

 

Developers should be prepared for a potential new planning world order as the draft Environmental Planning and Assessment Amendment Bill 2017 (the Draft Bill) is released for public consultation. The Draft Bill contains some significant changes, including to section 96 applications, construction certificates, complying development certificates and the end of transitional Part 3A projects. Focusing on what we consider to be the most significant changes, the main proposed amendments are as follows.

 

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