Clause 4.6 Variations – MS Windsor St v Hawkesbury City Council

The law A local environmental plan (LEP) is a piece of legislation that guides planning decisions for local government areas through zoning and development controls. Each local government area will have one or more LEPs. Clause 4.6 is a mandatory clause that must be implemented in every LEP. Clause 4.6 allows for the variation of […]

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Negligence and local councils

In some instances a local council may be liable in relation to negligence, including with respect to development consents.

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In the news – Clause 4.6 variations

Following an inquiry into the former Canterbury City Council, ICAC has made some interesting recommendations in relation to the use of clause 4.6 variation requests.

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Publication of SEPPS and LEPS

There have been some recent changes to how the public is notified about new planning instruments on the NSW Government website.

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