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Sustainable Planning Act 2009


TABLE OF PROVISIONS

           Contents

           Chapter 1--Preliminary

           Part 1--Introduction

   1.      Short title
   2.      Commencement

           Part 2--Purpose and advancing the purpose

   3.      Purpose of Act
   4.      Advancing Act's purpose
   5.      What advancing Act's purpose includes

           Part 3--Interpretation

           Division 1--Dictionary

   6.      Definitions

           Division 2--Key definitions

   7.      Meaning of development
   8.      Meaning of ecological sustainability
   9.      Meaning of lawful use

           Division 3--Supporting definitions and explanations for key definitions

   10.     Definitions for terms used in development
   11.     Explanation of terms used in ecological sustainability

           Division 4--General matters

   12.     Meaning of words in Act prevail over planning instruments
   13.     References in Act to particular terms

           Part 4--Application of Act

   14.     Act binds all persons

           Chapter 2--State planning instruments

           Part 1--Preliminary

   15.     State planning instruments under Act

           Part 2--State planning regulatory provisions

           Division 1--Preliminary

   16.     What is a State planning regulatory provision
   17.     Status of State planning regulatory provision
   18.     State interest
   19.     Relationship with other instruments

           Division 2--General matters about State planning regulatory provisions

   20.     Power to make State planning regulatory provision
   21.     Content of State planning regulatory provision

           Part 3--State planning policies

           Division 1--Preliminary

   22.     What is a State planning policy
   23.     Status of State planning policy
   24.     Area to which State planning policy applies
   25.     Relationship with regional plans and local planning instruments

           Division 2--General matters about State planning policies

   26.     Power to make State planning policy—generally
   27.     Duration of State planning policy made under pt 6

           Division 3--Temporary State planning policies

   28.     Power to make temporary State planning policy
   29.     Making temporary State planning policy
   30.     Effect of temporary State planning policy
   31.     Duration of temporary State planning policy

           Part 4--Regional plans

           Division 1--Preliminary

   32.     What is a designated region

           Division 2--Regional plans for designated regions
           Subdivision 1--Preliminary

   33.     What is a regional plan
   34.     Status of regional plan
   35.     State interest
   36.     Relationship with other instruments
           Subdivision 2--Requirement to make, and key elements of, regional plans
   37.     Requirement to make regional plan
   38.     Key elements of regional plan
           Subdivision 3--Requirement to amend planning schemes to reflect regional plans
   39.     Amending planning schemes to reflect regional plan

           Division 3--Regional planning committees

   40.     What are regions
   41.     Establishment of regional planning committee
   42.     Functions of regional planning committee
   43.     Membership of regional planning committee
   44.     Changing particular committee
   45.     Dissolution of regional planning committee
   46.     Quorum
   47.     Presiding at meetings
   48.     Conduct of meetings
   49.     Reports of particular committee

           Part 5--Standard planning scheme provisions

           Division 1--Preliminary

   50.     What are standard planning scheme provisions
   51.     Status of standard planning scheme provisions
   52.     Effect of standard planning scheme provisions
   53.     Relationship with local planning instruments

           Division 2--General matters about standard planning scheme provisions

   54.     Power to make standard planning scheme provisions
   55.     Local governments to amend planning schemes to reflect standard planning scheme provisions
   55A.    Limited application of s 777 for IPA standard provisions

           Part 6--Making, amending and repealing State planning instruments

           Division 1--Preliminary

   56.     Process for making, amending or repealing State planning instrument
   57.     Compliance with divs 2 and 3

           Division 2--Process for making State planning instruments

   58.     Preparation of draft instrument
   59.     Endorsing particular draft instrument
   60.     Notice about draft instrument
   61.     Keeping draft instrument available for inspection and purchase
   62.     Dealing with draft State planning regulatory provision
   63.     Making State planning instruments
   64.     Notice about making State planning instrument
   65.     Notice about decision not to make State planning instrument
   66.     Particular State planning regulatory provisions to be ratified by Parliament
   67.     State planning regulatory provisions that are subject to disallowance

           Division 3--Amending State planning instruments
           Subdivision 1--Administrative and minor amendments, and particular amendments to reflect documents

   68.     Administrative and minor amendment or amendment to reflect other documents
   69.     Notice of amendment under s 68
           Subdivision 2--Other amendments
   70.     Other amendments
   71.     Decision not to proceed with amendment of regional plan

           Division 4--When State planning instrument or amendment has effect

   72.     When State planning instrument or amendment has effect
   73.     Effect of draft State planning regulatory provision and draft amendments

           Division 5--Repealing and replacing State planning instruments

   74.     Notice of repeal
   75.     When repeal has effect
   76.     Replacement of regional plans

           Chapter 3--Local planning instruments

           Part 1--Preliminary

   77.     Local planning instruments under Act
   78.     Infrastructure intentions in local planning instruments not binding
   78A.    Relationship between local planning instruments and Building Act

           Part 2--Planning schemes

           Division 1--Preliminary

   79.     What is a planning scheme
   80.     Status of planning scheme
   81.     Effects of planning scheme
   82.     Area to which planning scheme applies
   83.     Relationship with planning scheme policies

           Division 2--General provisions about planning schemes

   84.     Power to make planning scheme
   85.     Documents planning scheme may adopt
   86.     Planning schemes for particular local governments
   87.     Covenants not to conflict with planning scheme

           Division 3--Key concepts for planning schemes

   88.     Key elements of planning scheme
   89.     Core matters for planning scheme
   90.     State, regional and local dimensions of planning scheme matters

           Division 4--Provisions about reviewing planning schemes generally
           Subdivision 1--Reviewing planning schemes

   91.     Local government must review planning scheme every 10 years
   92.     Action local government may take after review
   93.     Report about review if decision is to take no action
   94.     Notice about report to be published
           Subdivision 2--LGIP review
   94A.    Requirement to review LGIP

           Division 5--Application of superseded planning schemes

   95.     Request for application of superseded planning scheme
   96.     Decision on request
   97.     Notice of decision
   98.     When development under superseded planning scheme must start
   99.     When development application (superseded planning scheme) can be made
   100.    When request for compliance assessment under a superseded planning scheme can be made

           Part 3--Temporary local planning instruments

           Division 1--Preliminary

   101.    What is a temporary local planning instrument
   102.    Status of temporary local planning instrument
   103.    Area to which temporary local planning instrument applies
   104.    Relationship with planning scheme

           Division 2--General matters about temporary local planning instruments

   105.    Power to make temporary local planning instrument
   106.    Content of temporary local planning instrument
   107.    Temporary local planning instrument may adopt planning scheme policy

           Part 4--Planning scheme policies

           Division 1--Preliminary

   108.    What is a planning scheme policy
   109.    Status of planning scheme policy
   110.    Effect of planning scheme policy
   111.    Area to which planning scheme policy applies
   112.    Relationship with other planning instruments

           Division 2--General matters about planning scheme policies

   113.    Power to make planning scheme policy
   114.    Content of planning scheme policy
   115.    Planning scheme policy can not adopt particular documents

           Part 5--Making, amending or repealing local planning instruments

           Division 1--Making or amending local planning instruments

   117.    Process for preparing, making or amending local planning instruments
   118.    Content of guideline for making or amending local planning instrument
   119.    Compliance with guideline
   120.    When planning scheme, temporary local planning instrument and amendments have effect
   121.    When planning scheme policy and amendments have effect
   122.    Consolidating planning schemes

           Division 3--Repealing local planning instruments

   123.    Repealing temporary local planning instruments
   124.    Repealing planning scheme policies

           Part 6--Powers of State in relation to local planning instruments

           Division 1--Direction to take action about local planning instruments

   125.    Procedures before exercising particular power
   126.    Power of Minister to direct local government to take particular action about local planning instrument
   127.    Power of Minister to direct local government to prepare a consolidated planning scheme
   128.    Power of Minister if local government does not comply with direction

           Division 2--Making or amending local planning instrument without direction

   129.    Power of Minister to take action about local planning instrument without direction to local government

           Division 3--Process for dealing with local planning instruments under part 6

   130.    Process for Minister to take action under pt 6

           Chapter 5--Designation of land for community infrastructure

           Part 1--Preliminary

   200.    Who may designate land
   201.    Matters to be considered when designating land
   202.    What designations may include
   203.    How IDAS applies to designated land
   204.    Relationship of designation to State Development and Public Works Organisation Act 1971
   205.    How infrastructure charges apply to designated land
   206.    How designations must be shown in planning schemes

           Part 2--Ministerial designations

   207.    Matters the Minister must consider before designating land
   208.    Procedures after designation
   209.    Procedures if designation does not proceed
   210.    Effects of ministerial designations
   211.    When local government must include designation in planning scheme

           Part 3--Local government designations

   212.    Designation of land by local government
   213.    Designating land the local government does not own

           Part 4--Duration and reconfirmation of designations

   214.    Duration of designations
   215.    When designations do not cease
   216.    Reconfirming designation

           Part 5--Repealing designations

   217.    Who may repeal designations
   218.    Notice of repeal
   219.    Minister or local government to give notice of repeal to particular entities
   220.    When designation ceases to have effect
   221.    Local government to note repeal on planning scheme

           Part 6--Acquiring designated land

   222.    Request to acquire designated land under hardship
   223.    Decision about request
   224.    Notice about grant of request
   225.    Notice about refusal of request
   226.    Alternative action designator may take
   227.    If the designator does not act under the notice
   228.    How value of interest is decided

           Part 7--Delegation of Minister's functions

   229.    Ministers may delegate particular administrative functions about designations

           Chapter 6--Integrated development assessment system (IDAS)

           Part 1--Preliminary

           Division 1--Introduction

   230.    What is IDAS
   231.    Categories of development under Act
   232.    Regulation may prescribe categories of development or require code or impact assessment
   233.    Relationship between regulation and planning scheme, temporary local planning instrument or local law
   234.    Relationship between sch 1 and planning instruments

           Division 2--Particular provisions about categories of development

   235.    Exempt development
   236.    Self-assessable development
   237.    Development requiring compliance assessment
   238.    Assessable development
   239.    Prohibited development

           Division 3--Approvals for IDAS
           Subdivision 1--Preliminary

   240.    Types of approval
           Subdivision 2--Preliminary approvals
   241.    Preliminary approvals
   242.    Preliminary approval may affect a local planning instrument
           Subdivision 3--Development permits
   243.    Development permits
           Subdivision 4--Other matters about development approvals
   244.    Development approval includes conditions
   245.    Development approval attaches to land

           Division 4--Assessment managers and referral agencies
           Subdivision 1--Assessment managers

   246.    Who is the assessment manager
   247.    Role of assessment manager
   248.    Jurisdiction of local government as assessment manager for particular development
   249.    When assessment manager also has jurisdiction as concurrence agency
           Subdivision 2--Referral agencies
   250.    Who is an advice agency
   251.    Who is a concurrence agency
   252.    Who is a referral agency
   254.    Jurisdiction of referral agencies for applications—generally
   255.    Concurrence agencies if Minister decides assessment manager
           Subdivision 2A--Chief executive assessing particular applications as assessment manager or referral agency
   255A.   Application requiring code assessment
   255B.   Application requiring impact assessment
   255C.   Chief executive assessing application as a referral agency
   255D.   Chief executive imposes conditions or recommends conditions be imposed on development approval
   255E.   Relationship with other Acts
           Subdivision 3--Additional third party advice or comment about applications
   256.    Assessment manager or concurrence agency may seek advice or comment about application

           Division 5--Stages of IDAS

   257.    Stages of IDAS

           Division 6--Giving notices electronically

   259.    Giving notices using e-IDAS

           Part 2--Application stage

           Division 1--Application process
           Subdivision 1--Applying for development approvals

   260.    Applying for development approval
   261.    When application is a properly made application
   262.    Special provision about electronic applications
   263.    When owner's consent is required for application
   265.    Approved material change of use required for particular developments
           Subdivision 2--Notices about receipt of applications
   266.    Notice about application that is not a properly made application
   267.    Notice about properly made application
   268.    Content of acknowledgement notice

           Division 2--End of application stage

   269.    When does application stage end

           Part 3--Information and referral stage

           Division 1--Preliminary

   270.    Purpose of information and referral stage
   271.    Referral agency responses before application is made

           Division 2--Giving material to referral agencies

   272.    Applicant gives material to referral agency
   273.    Lapsing of application if material not given
   274.    When application taken not to have lapsed
   275.    Applicant to advise assessment manager when material given

           Division 3--Information requests

   276.    Information request to applicant
   277.    Extending information request period
   278.    Applicant responds to any information request
   279.    Lapsing of application if no response to information request
   280.    When application taken not to have lapsed
   281.    Referral agency to advise assessment manager of response

           Division 4--Referral agency assessment
           Subdivision 1--Assessment generally

   282.    Referral agency assesses application
   283.    Referral agency's assessment period
   284.    Extending referral agency's assessment period
           Subdivision 2--Concurrence agency responses
   285.    When concurrence agency must give response for particular matters
   286.    Effect if concurrence agency does not give response
   287.    Concurrence agency's response powers
   288.    Limitation on concurrence agency's power to refuse application
   289.    Concurrence agency's response to include reasons for refusal or conditions
   290.    How a concurrence agency may change its response or give late response
           Subdivision 3--Advice agency responses
   291.    When advice agency must give response for particular matters
   292.    Advice agency's response powers

           Division 5--End of information and referral stage

   293.    When does information and referral stage end

           Part 4--Notification stage

           Division 1--Preliminary

   294.    Purpose of notification stage
   295.    When notification stage applies
   296.    When notification stage can start

           Division 2--Public notification

   297.    Applicant or assessment manager to give public notice of application
   298.    Notification period for applications
   299.    Requirements for particular notices
   300.    Applicant to give assessment manager notice about particular matters
   301.    Notice of compliance to be given to assessment manager
   302.    Application lapses if notification not carried out or notice of compliance not given
   303.    When application taken not to have lapsed
   304.    Assessment manager may assess and decide application if some requirements not complied with

           Division 3--Submissions about applications

   305.    Making submissions
   306.    Submissions made during notification period effective for later notification period

           Division 4--End of notification stage

   307.    When does notification stage end

           Part 5--Decision stage

           Division 1--Preliminary

   308.    Assessment necessary even if concurrence agency refuses application
   309.    When does decision stage start
   310.    Effect on decision stage if action taken under Native Title Act (Cwlth)

           Division 2--Assessment process

   311.    References in div 2 to planning instrument, code, law or policy
   312.    When assessment manager must not assess part of an application
   313.    Code assessment—generally
   314.    Impact assessment—generally
   315.    Code and impact assessment—superseded planning scheme
   316.    Assessment for s 242 preliminary approvals that affect a local planning instrument
   317.    Assessment manager may give weight to later planning instrument, code, law or policy

           Division 3--Decision
           Subdivision 1--Decision-making period

   318.    Decision-making period—generally
   319.    Decision-making period—changed circumstances
   320.    Applicant may stop decision-making period to make representations
   321.    Applicant may stop decision-making period to request chief executive's assistance
           Subdivision 2--Decision rules—generally
   323.    Application of sdiv 2
   324.    Decision generally
   325.    Effect of concurrence agency's response
   326.    Other decision rules
           Subdivision 3--Decision rules—application under section 242
   327.    Decision if application under s 242 requires assessment
   328.    Effect of concurrence agency's response
   329.    Other decision rules
           Subdivision 4--Deemed decision for particular applications
   330.    Application of sdiv 4
   331.    Deemed approval of applications
   332.    Standard conditions for deemed approvals
   333.    Limitation on giving deemed approval notice

           Division 4--Notice of decision

   334.    Assessment manager to give notice of decision
   335.    Content of decision notice
   336.    Material to be given with decision notice
   337.    Assessment manager to give copy of decision notice to principal submitter
   338.    Decision notice given by private certifier

           Division 5--Approvals

   339.    When approval takes effect
   340.    When development may start
   341.    When approval lapses if development not started
   342.    When approval lapses if development started but not completed—general
   343.    When approval lapses if development started but not completed—preliminary approval

           Division 6--Conditions

   344.    Application of div 6
   345.    Conditions must be relevant or reasonable
   346.    Conditions generally
   346A.   Environmental offset conditions
   346B.   Conditions of authority
   347.    Conditions that can not be imposed
   347A.   Conditions about water infrastructure
   348.    Agreements
   349.    Covenants not to be inconsistent with development approvals

           Part 6--Changing or withdrawing development applications

           Division 1--Preliminary

   350.    Meaning of minor change

           Division 2--Procedure for changing applications

   351.    Changing application
   352.    Assessment manager to advise referral agencies about changed applications

           Division 3--Changed applications—effect on IDAS

   353.    Effect on IDAS—minor change
   354.    Effect on IDAS—changes about matters relating to submissions or information requests
   355.    Effect on IDAS—other changes

           Division 4--Withdrawing applications

   356.    Withdrawing an application

           Part 7--Missed referral agencies

   357.    Notice of missed referral agency
   358.    Effect of missed referral agency on information and referral stage and notification stage
   359.    Effect of missed referral agency on decision stage

           Part 8--Dealing with decision notices and approvals

           Division 1--Changing decision notices and approvals during applicant's appeal period

   360.    Application of div 1
   361.    Applicant may make representations about decision
   362.    Assessment manager to consider representations
   363.    Decision about representations
   364.    Giving new notice about charges for infrastructure
   366.    Applicant may suspend applicant's appeal period

           Division 2--Changing approvals—request for change after applicant's appeal period ends
           Subdivision 1--Preliminary

   367.    What is a permissible change for a development approval
   368.    Notice about proposed change before request is made
           Subdivision 2--Procedure for changing approvals
   369.    Request to change development approval
   370.    Notice of request
   371.    When owner's consent required for request
   372.    Copy of request to be given to particular entities
           Subdivision 3--Assessing and deciding request for change
   373.    Particular entities to assess request for change
   374.    Responsible entity to assess request
   375.    Responsible entity to decide request
   376.    Notice of decision
   377.    When decision has effect

           Division 3--Changing or cancelling particular conditions—other than on request

   378.    When condition may be changed or cancelled by assessment manager or concurrence agency

           Division 4--Cancelling approvals

   379.    Request to cancel development approval
   380.    Restriction on making request
   381.    Assessment manager to cancel approval
   382.    Release of monetary security

           Division 5--Extending period of approvals

   383.    Request to extend period in s 341
   384.    Request can not be withdrawn
   385.    Concurrence agency may advise assessment manager about request
   386.    Deciding particular requests
   387.    Assessment manager to decide request
   388.    Deciding request
   389.    Assessment manager to give notice of decision
   390.    Approval does not lapse until request is decided

           Division 6--Recording approvals on planning scheme

   391.    Particular approvals to be recorded on planning scheme

           Part 10--Compliance stage

           Division 1--Preliminary

   393.    Purpose of compliance stage
   394.    Compliance permit
   395.    Compliance certificate
   396.    What does compliance stage apply to
   397.    Nominating a document or work for compliance assessment—generally
   398.    Nominating document or work for compliance assessment—condition of development approval or compliance permit
   399.    Who may carry out compliance assessment
   400.    When compliance stage starts

           Division 2--Compliance assessment
           Subdivision 1--Request for compliance assessment

   401.    Request for compliance assessment
           Subdivision 2--Referring request to local government
   402.    Aspects of development requiring compliance assessment to be referred to local government
           Subdivision 3--Compliance assessor to assess and decide request
   403.    Assessment of request
   404.    Assessment of request under superseded planning scheme
   405.    Deciding request
   406.    Conditions must be relevant and reasonable
   406A.   Conditions about water infrastructure
   407.    Compliance assessor to give compliance permit or certificate on approval of request
   408.    When notice about decision must be given
   409.    Duration and effect of compliance permit
   410.    When development may start
           Subdivision 4--Lapsing of request
   411.    When request for compliance assessment lapses

           Division 3--Changing notices, compliance permits and certificates

   412.    Changing and withdrawing action notice
   413.    Changing compliance permit or compliance certificate
   414.    When decision about change has effect

           Division 4--Other matters

   415.    Regulation may prescribe additional requirements and actions
   416.    Effect on deciding request if action taken under Native Title Act 1993 (Cwlth)

           Part 11--Ministerial IDAS powers

           Division 1--Ministerial directions

   417.    Ministerial directions to assessment managers—future applications
   418.    Ministerial directions to assessment managers—particular applications
   419.    Ministerial directions to assessment managers—conditions
   420.    Ministerial directions to concurrence agencies
   421.    Ministerial directions to applicants
   422.    Report about decision
   422A.   No requirement to consult on directions

           Division 2--Ministerial call in powers

   423.    Definitions for div 2
   424.    Application may be called in only for State interest
   424A.   Notice of proposed call in
   424B.   Effect of proposed call in notice on IDAS process
   424C.   Minister to consider representations about proposed call in
   424D.   Effect of proposed call in on appeal period
   424E.   Effect of proposed call in notice on development approval
   425.    Notice of call in
   426.    Minister's action on calling in application
   427.    Effect of call in
   428.    Original assessment manager to assist Minister
   429.    Minister's decision notice
   430.    Provision for application called in by regional planning Minister
   431.    Process if call in decision does not deal with all aspects of the application
   432.    Report about decision
   433.    Report about compliance with development approval

           Part 12--Miscellaneous provision

   434.    Refunding fees

           Chapter 7--Appeals, offences and enforcement

           Part 1--Planning and Environment Court

           Division 1--Establishment and jurisdiction of court

   435.    Continuance of Planning and Environment Court
   436.    Jurisdiction of court
   437.    Proceedings open to public

           Division 2--Powers of court

   438.    Subpoenas
   439.    Contempt and contravention of orders
   440.    How court may deal with matters involving noncompliance
   441.    Terms of orders etc.
   442.    Taking and recording evidence etc.

           Division 3--Constituting court

   443.    Constituting court
   444.    Jurisdiction of judges not impaired

           Division 4--Rules and orders or directions about proceedings

   445.    Rules of court
   446.    Orders or directions

           Division 5--Parties to proceedings and court sittings

   447.    Where court may sit
   448.    Appearance
   449.    Adjournments
   450.    What happens if judge dies or is incapacitated
   451.    Stating case for Court of Appeal's opinion

           Division 6--Registry and other court officers

   452.    Registrars and other court officers
   453.    Registries
   454.    Court records
   455.    Judicial notice

           Division 7--Other court matters

   456.    Court may make declarations and orders
   457.    Costs
   458.    Privileges, protection and immunity
   459.    Payment of witnesses
   460.    Evidence of local planning instruments

           Division 8--Appeals to court relating to development applications and approvals

   461.    Appeals by applicants
   462.    Appeals by submitters—general
   463.    Additional and extended appeal rights for submitters for particular development applications
   464.    Appeals by advice agency submitters
   465.    Appeals about decisions relating to extensions for approvals
   466.    Appeals about decisions relating to permissible changes
   467.    Appeals about changing or cancelling conditions imposed by assessment manager or concurrence agency

           Division 9--Appeals to court about compliance assessment

   468.    Appeals against decision on request for compliance assessment
   469.    Appeals against condition imposed on compliance permit or certificate
   470.    Appeals against particular decisions about compliance assessment

           Division 10--Appeals to court about other matters

   472.    Appeal about extension of period under s 98
   473.    Appeals against enforcement notices
   474.    Stay of operation of enforcement notice
   475.    Appeals against local laws
   475A.   Appeals against decisions under ch 8A
   476.    Appeals against decisions on compensation claims
   477.    Appeals against decisions on requests to acquire designated land under hardship
   478.    Appeals about infrastructure charges notice
   478A.   Appeals against refusal of conversion application
   479.    Appeals from building and development committees
   480.    Court may remit matter to building and development committee

           Division 11--Making an appeal to court

   481.    How appeals to the court are started
   482.    Notice of appeal to other parties—development applications and approvals
   483.    Notice of appeals to other parties—compliance assessment
   484.    Notice of appeal to other parties—other matters
   485.    Respondent and co-respondents for appeals under div 8
   486.    Respondent and co-respondents for appeals under div 9
   487.    Respondent and co-respondents for appeals under div 10
   488.    How an entity may elect to be a co-respondent
   489.    Minister entitled to be party to an appeal involving a State interest
   490.    Lodging appeal stops particular actions

           Division 12--Alternative dispute resolution

   491.    ADR process applies to proceedings started under this part

           Division 12A--ADR registrar

   491A.   Definition for div 12A
   491B.   Power of ADR registrar
   491C.   Reference by ADR registrar

           Division 13--Court process for appeals

   492.    Hearing procedures
   493.    Who must prove case
   494.    Court may hear appeals together
   495.    Appeal by way of hearing anew
   496.    Appeal decision
   497.    Court may allow longer period to take an action

           Division 14--Appeals to Court of Appeal

   498.    Who may appeal to Court of Appeal
   499.    When leave to appeal must be sought and appeal made
   500.    Power of Court of Appeal
   501.    Lodging appeal stops particular actions

           Part 2--Building and development dispute resolution committees

           Division 1--Constitution and jurisdiction of committees

   502.    Committee membership
   503.    Membership continuity for proceeding
   505.    Referee with conflict of interest not to be member of committee
   506.    Referee not to act as member of committee in particular cases
   507.    Remuneration of members of committee
   508.    Jurisdiction of committees

           Division 2--Other officials of building and development committees

   509.    Appointment of registrar and other officers

           Division 3--Committee declarations
           Subdivision 1--Declarations

   510.    Declaration about whether development application is properly made
   511.    Declaration about acknowledgement notices
   512.    Declaration about lapsing of request for compliance assessment
   513.    Declaration about change to development approval
           Subdivision 2--Proceedings for declarations
   514.    How proceedings for declarations are started
   515.    Fast-track proceedings for declarations
   516.    Notice of proceedings to other parties
   517.    Respondent for declarations
   518.    Minister entitled to be represented in proceeding involving a State interest

           Division 4--Appeals to committees about development applications and approvals
           Subdivision 1--Appeals about particular material changes of use

   519.    Appeal by applicant—particular development application for material change of use of premises
   520.    Appeal about decision relating to extension for development approval
   521.    Appeal about decisions relating to permissible changes
           Subdivision 2--Appeals about conditions of particular development approvals
   522.    Appeal by applicant—condition of particular development approval

           Division 5--Appeals to committees about compliance assessment

   523.    Appeal against decision on request for compliance assessment
   524.    Appeal against condition imposed on compliance permit or certificate
   525.    Appeals against particular decisions about compliance assessment

           Division 6--Appeals to committees about building, plumbing and drainage and other matters
           Subdivision 1--Preliminary

   526.    Matters about which a person may appeal under div 6
           Subdivision 2--Appeals about development applications and approvals
   527.    Appeals by applicants
   528.    Appeal by advice agency
   529.    Appeal about decision relating to extension for development approval
   530.    Appeal about decision relating to permissible changes
   531.    Appeals about changing or cancelling conditions imposed by assessment manager or concurrence agency
           Subdivision 3--Other matters
   532.    Appeals for building and plumbing and drainage matters
   533.    Appeals against enforcement notices
   534.    Stay of operation of enforcement notice

           Division 7--Appeals about particular charges

   535.    Appeals about infrastructure charges decisions
   535A.   Appeals against refusal of conversion application

           Division 8--Making appeals to building and development committees

   536.    How appeals to committees are started
   537.    Fast-track appeals
   538.    Notice of appeal to other parties (under other Acts)
   539.    Notice of appeal to other parties (div 4)
   540.    Notice of appeal to other parties (div 5)
   541.    Notice of appeal to other parties (div 6)
   542.    Notice of appeal to other parties (s 535)
   543.    Respondent and co-respondents for appeals under s 519, 522 or 527
   544.    Respondent and co-respondents for appeals under s 520 or 529
   545.    Respondent and co-respondents for appeals under s 521 or 530
   546.    Respondent and co-respondents for appeals under s 528
   547.    Respondent and co-respondents for appeals under s 531, 532, 533 or 535
   548.    Respondent and co-respondents for appeals under div 5
   549.    How a person may elect to be co-respondent
   550.    Respondent and co-respondents to be heard in appeal
   551.    Registrar must ask assessment manager for material in particular proceedings
   552.    Minister entitled to be represented in an appeal involving a State interest
   553.    Lodging appeal stops particular actions

           Division 9--Process for appeals or proceedings for declarations in building and development committees

   554.    Action when committee proceeding starts
   554A.   Power of chief executive to excuse irregularities
   554B.   Power to end committee proceeding or establish new committee
   555.    Procedures of committees
   556.    Costs
   557.    Committee may allow longer period to take an action
   558.    Appeal or other proceedings may be by hearing or written submission
   559.    Appeals or other proceedings by hearing
   560.    Right to representation at hearing
   561.    Conduct of hearings
   562.    Appeals or other proceedings by written submission
   563.    Matters committee may consider in making a decision
   564.    Appeal decision
   565.    Committee may make orders about declaration
   566.    Declaration decision
   567.    When decision may be made without representation or submission
   568.    Notice of compliance
   569.    Publication of committee decisions
   569A.   Power to refund fees for committee proceeding ended by chief executive

           Division 10--Referees

   570.    Appointment of referees
   571.    Qualifications of general referees
   572.    Term of referee's appointment
   573.    Referee to make declaration

           Part 3--Provisions about offences, notices and orders

           Division 1--Particular offences and exemptions
           Subdivision 1--Development offences

   574.    Self-assessable development must comply with codes
   575.    Carrying out development without compliance permit
   576.    Compliance with compliance permit or compliance certificate
   577.    Making request for compliance assessment
   578.    Carrying out assessable development without permit
   579.    Particular assessable development must comply with codes
   580.    Compliance with development approval
   581.    Offence to carry out prohibited development
   582.    Offences about the use of premises
           Subdivision 2--Exemptions
   584.    General exemption for emergency development or use
   585.    Coastal emergency exemption for operational work that is tidal works
   586.    Exemption for building work on Queensland heritage place or local heritage place
           Subdivision 3--False or misleading documents or declarations
   587.    False or misleading document or declaration

           Division 2--Show cause notices

   588.    Giving show cause notice
   589.    General requirements of show cause notice

           Division 3--Enforcement notices

   590.    Giving enforcement notice
   591.    Restriction on giving enforcement notice
   592.    Specific requirements of enforcement notice
   593.    General requirements of enforcement notices
   594.    Offences relating to enforcement notices
   595.    Processing application or request required by enforcement notice or show cause notice
   596.    Assessing authority may take action

           Division 4--Offence proceedings in Magistrates Court

   597.    Proceedings for offences
   598.    Proceeding brought in a representative capacity
   599.    Magistrates Court may make orders
   600.    Costs involved in bringing proceeding

           Division 5--Enforcement orders of court

   601.    Proceeding for orders
   602.    Proceeding brought in a representative capacity
   603.    Making interim enforcement order
   604.    Making enforcement order
   605.    Effect of orders
   606.    Court's powers about orders
   607.    Costs involved in bringing proceeding

           Division 6--Application of Acts

   608.    Application of other Acts

           Part 4--Legal proceedings

           Division 1--Proceedings

   609.    Summary proceedings for offences
   610.    Limitation on time for starting proceedings
   611.    Executive officers must ensure corporation complies with Act

           Division 2--Fines and costs

   612.    When fines payable to local government
   613.    Order for compensation or remedial action
   614.    Recovery of costs of investigation

           Division 3--Evidence

   615.    Application of div 3
   616.    Appointments and authority
   617.    Signatures
   618.    Matter coming to complainant's knowledge
   619.    Instruments, equipment and installations
   620.    Analyst's certificate or report
   621.    Evidence of planning instruments or notices of designation
   622.    Planning instruments presumed to be within jurisdiction
   623.    Evidentiary aids generally
   624.    Responsibility for acts or omissions of representatives

           Chapter 8--Infrastructure

           Part 1--Preliminary

   625.    Simplified outline of chapter
   626.    Extension of chapter to permissible changes, extension approvals and compliance assessment
   627.    Definitions for ch 8
   628.    References in ch 8

           Part 2--Provisions for local governments

           Division 1A--Preliminary

   628A.   Application of pt 2

           Division 1--Charges for trunk infrastructure
           Subdivision 1--Power to adopt charges

   629.    State planning regulatory provision governing charges
   630.    Power to adopt charges by resolution
           Subdivision 2--Charges resolutions
   631.    Contents—general
   632.    Provisions for participating local governments and distributor-retailers
   633.    Working out cost of infrastructure for offset or refund
   633A.   Criteria for deciding conversion application
   634.    Steps after making charges resolution
           Subdivision 3--Levying charges
   635.    When charge may be levied and recovered
   636.    Limitation of levied charge
   637.    Requirements for infrastructure charges notice
           Subdivision 4--Payment
   638.    Payment triggers generally
   639.    Agreements about payment or provision instead of payment
           Subdivision 5--Changing charges during relevant appeal period
   640.    Application of sdiv 5
   641.    Submissions for infrastructure charges notice
   642.    Consideration of submissions
   643.    Decision about submissions
   644.    Suspension of relevant appeal period

           Division 2--Development approval conditions about trunk infrastructure
           Subdivision 1--Conditions for necessary trunk infrastructure

   645.    Application and operation of sdiv 1
   646.    Necessary infrastructure condition for LGIP-identified infrastructure
   647.    Necessary infrastructure condition for other infrastructure
   648.    Deemed compliance with necessary or reasonable requirements
   649.    Offset or refund requirements
           Subdivision 2--Conditions for additional trunk infrastructure costs
   650.    Power to impose
   651.    Content of additional payment condition
   652.    Restriction if development completely in PIA
   653.    Other area restrictions
   654.    Refund if development in PIA
   655.    Refund if development approval ceases
   656.    Additional payment condition does not affect other powers
           Subdivision 3--Working out cost for required offset or refunds
   657.    Process

           Division 3--Miscellaneous provisions about trunk infrastructure
           Subdivision 1--Conversion of particular non-trunk infrastructure before construction starts

   658.    Application of sdiv 1
   659.    Application to convert infrastructure to trunk infrastructure
   660.    Deciding conversion application
   661.    Notice of decision
   662.    Effect of and action after conversion
           Subdivision 2--Other provisions
   663.    Financial provisions
   664.    Levied charge taken to be rates

           Division 4--Non-trunk infrastructure

   665.    Conditions local governments may impose

           Part 3--Provisions for State infrastructure providers

   666.    Power to impose conditions about infrastructure
   667.    Content requirements for condition
   668.    Refund if State-related condition ceases
   669.    Reimbursement by local government for replacement infrastructure

           Part 4--Infrastructure agreements

   670.    Infrastructure agreement
   671.    Obligation to negotiate in good faith
   672.    Content of infrastructure agreement
   673.    Copy of infrastructure agreement to be given to local government
   673A.   Copy of particular infrastructure agreements to be given to distributor-retailers
   674.    When infrastructure agreement binds successors in title
   675.    Exercise of discretion unaffected by infrastructure agreement
   676.    Infrastructure agreement prevails over approval and charges notice
   677.    Agreement for infrastructure partnerships

           Part 5--Miscellaneous

   678.    Sale of particular local government land held on trust
   679.    Conditions about non-trunk infrastructure if no LGIP etc.

           Chapter 8A--Provisions about urban encroachment

           Part 1--Preliminary

   680A.   Definitions for ch 8A
   680B.   What is a relevant development application
   680C.   Purpose of ch 8A and its achievement

           Part 2--Restrictions on legal proceedings

   680D.   Application of pt 2
   680E.   Restrictions on legal proceedings

           Part 3--Registration of premises

           Division 1--Application for registration

   680F.   Who may apply
   680G.   Requirements for application
   680H.   Consideration of, and decision on, application
   680I.   Criteria for registration

           Division 2--Renewal of registration

   680J.   Application for renewal
   680K.   Consideration of, and decision on, application
   680L.   Criteria for renewal of registration
   680M.   Registration taken to be in effect while application for renewal is considered

           Division 3--Inquiries about applications and notice of decisions

   680N.   Inquiry about application
   680O.   Notice of decision on application

           Division 4--Cancellation, and amendment of conditions, of registration
           Subdivision 1--Cancellation

   680P.   Grounds for cancellation
   680Q.   Show cause notice
   680R.   Representations about show cause notice
   680S.   Ending show cause notice without further action
   680T.   Cancellation
           Subdivision 2--Amending conditions of registration
   680U.   Amendment of conditions

           Division 5--Other matters about registration

   680V.   Owner of premises may end registration
   680W.   Term of registration

           Part 4--Particular obligations

   680X.   Record of registration of premises in appropriate register
   680Y.   Public notice of registration, or renewal of registration, of premises
   680Z.   Record of relevant development application in appropriate register
   680ZA.  Publication of information on website
   680ZB.  Notice to lessee about application of ch 8A
   680ZC.  Additional consequence of failure to give notice asking for affected area notation for Milton rail precinct
   680ZD.  Minister to advise local government about registration
   680ZE.  Local government to include registration in planning scheme

           Part 5--Register of premises

   680ZF.  Keeping register of registered premises
   680ZG.  Content of register
   680ZH.  Availability of register

           Part 6--Review of chapter 8A

   680ZI.  Review of ch 8A

           Chapter 9--Miscellaneous

           Part 1--Existing uses and rights protected

   681.    Lawful uses of premises on commencement
   682.    Lawful uses of premises protected
   683.    Lawfully constructed buildings and works protected
   684.    New planning instruments can not affect existing development approvals or compliance permits
   685.    Implied and uncommenced right to use premises protected
   686.    State forests
   687.    Particular development may still be assessable or self-assessable development or development requiring compliance assessment

           Part 2--Environmental impact statements

           Division 1--Preliminary

   688.    When EIS process applies
   689.    Purpose of EIS process

           Division 2--EIS process

   690.    Applying for terms of reference
   691.    Draft terms of reference for EIS
   692.    Terms of reference for EIS
   693.    Preparation of draft EIS
   694.    Public notification of draft EIS
   695.    Making submissions on draft EIS
   696.    Chief executive evaluates draft EIS, submissions and other relevant material
   697.    EIS assessment report
   698.    Criteria for preparing report
   699.    Required content of report
   700.    Who the chief executive must give EIS and other material to

           Division 3--How EIS process affects IDAS

   701.    How IDAS applies for development the subject of an EIS

           Division 4--How EIS process affects designation

   702.    Matters a designator must consider

           Part 3--Compensation

   703.    Definitions for pt 3
   704.    Compensation for reduced value of interest in land
   705.    Compensation for interest in land being changed to public purpose
   706.    Limitations on compensation under ss 704 and 705
   707.    Compensation for erroneous planning and development certificates
   708.    Time limits for claiming compensation
   709.    Time limits for deciding and advising on claims
   710.    Deciding claims for compensation
   711.    Calculating reasonable compensation involving changes
   712.    When compensation is payable
   713.    Payment of compensation to be recorded on title

           Part 4--Power to purchase, take or enter land for planning purposes

   714.    Local government may take or purchase land
   715.    Power of assessment manager or other entity to enter land in particular circumstances
   716.    Compensation for loss or damage

           Part 5--Public housing

   717.    Application of pt 5
   718.    Definition for pt 5
   719.    How IDAS applies to development under pt 5
   720.    How charges for infrastructure apply for development under pt 5
   721.    Chief executive must publicly notify particular proposed development
   722.    Chief executive must advise local government about all development

           Part 6--Public access to planning and development information

           Division 1--Preliminary

   723.    Meaning of available for inspection and purchase

           Division 2--Documents available for inspection and purchase or inspection only
           Subdivision 1--Requirements for local governments

   724.    Documents local government must keep available for inspection and purchase—general
   726.    Documents local government must keep available for inspection and purchase—compliance assessment
   727.    Documents local government must keep available for inspection only
           Subdivision 2--Requirements for assessment managers
   728.    Documents assessment manager must keep available for inspection and purchase—development application
   729.    Documents assessment manager must keep available for inspection and purchase—general
   730.    Documents assessment manager must keep available for inspection only
           Subdivision 3--Requirements for referral agencies
   731.    Documents referral agency must keep available for inspection only
           Subdivision 4--Requirements for chief executive
   732.    Documents chief executive must keep available for inspection and purchase
   733.    Documents chief executive must keep available for inspection only
           Subdivision 5--Requirements for compliance assessors
   734.    Documents compliance assessor must keep available for inspection and purchase
   735.    Documents compliance assessor must keep available for inspection only

           Division 3--Local governments to publish particular information about development applications

   736.    Publishing particular information about development application

           Division 4--Planning and development certificates

   737.    Application for planning and development certificate
   738.    Limited planning and development certificates
   739.    Standard planning and development certificates
   740.    Full planning and development certificates
   741.    Time within which planning and development certificate must be given
   742.    Effect of planning and development certificate

           Part 7--Notification stage for particular aquaculture development

           Division 1--Preliminary

   743.    Purpose of notification stage under pt 7
   744.    When notification stage under pt 7 applies
   745.    When can notification stage start

           Division 2--Public notification

   746.    Public notice of proposed development
   747.    Notification period for development applications
   748.    Requirements for particular notices
   749.    Notice of compliance to be given to assessment manager and concurrence agency
   750.    Assessment manager may assess and decide application if some requirements not complied with
   751.    Making submissions
   752.    Submissions made during notification period effective for later notification period

           Division 3--End of notification stage

   753.    When does notification stage end

           Division 4--Changed referral agency provisions for applications to which this part applies

   754.    Referral agency must not respond before notification stage ends
   755.    Adjusted referral agency's assessment period

           Part 7A--Party houses

           Division 1--Preliminary

   755A.   Definitions for pt 7A

           Division 2--Regulating party houses in local planning instruments

   755B.   Planning scheme or temporary local planning instrument may regulate material change of use for party house
   755C.   Planning scheme or temporary local planning instrument may identify party house restriction area
   755D.   Effect of identification of party house restriction area

           Part 8--General

   756.    Giving electronic submissions
   757.    Application of Judicial Review Act 1991
   758.    References to Planning and Environment Court and judge of the court in other Act
   758A.   No requirement to consult for particular decisions under repealed IPA
   759.    Minister may make guidelines
   760.    Chief executive may make guidelines
   761.    Delegation by Ministers
   761A.   Special requirement to amend or make planning scheme
   761B.   Review of operation of s 761A
   762.    Approved forms
   763.    Regulation-making power

           Chapter 10--Repeal, transitional and validation provisions

           Part 1--Repeal provision

   764.    Act repealed

           Part 2--Transitional provisions for Act No. 36 of 2009

           Division 1--Preliminary

   765.    Definitions for pt 2

           Division 2--Provisions for State planning instruments

   766.    Continuing effect of State planning regulatory provisions
   767.    Making or amending State planning regulatory provisions under repealed IPA
   768.    Continuing effect of regional plans
   769.    Making or amending regional plans under repealed IPA
   770.    Continuing effect of particular directions and notices
   771.    Continuation of regional planning advisory committees
   772.    Continuation of regional coordination committees
   773.    Continuing effect of particular State planning policies
   774.    Continuing effect of State planning policy having effect for less than 1 year
   775.    Making or amending State planning policies under repealed IPA
   776.    Notification requirements do not apply for making particular State planning instruments

           Division 3--Provisions for local planning instruments

   777.    Relationship between standard planning scheme provisions and particular instruments
   778.    Continuing effect of planning schemes
   779.    Making or amending planning schemes under repealed IPA
   780.    Continuing superseded planning schemes
   781.    Reviewing planning schemes and priority infrastructure plans
   782.    Continuing effect of temporary local planning instruments
   783.    Making temporary local planning instruments under repealed IPA
   784.    Repealing particular temporary local planning instruments
   785.    Continuing effect of planning scheme policies
   786.    Making or amending planning scheme policies under repealed IPA
   787.    Repealing particular planning scheme policies
   788.    Particular notices and directions under repealed IPA

           Division 4--Provisions for planning partnerships

   789.    Master planned areas
   790.    Structure plans
   791.    Making structure plan under repealed IPA
   792.    Application of s 149 to particular structure plans
   793.    Master plans
   794.    Applications for approval or amendment of master plans under repealed IPA
   795.    Continuation of particular agreements
   796.    Continuation of particular local government resolutions
   797.    Master plans prevail over conditions of rezoning approvals under the repealed LGPE Act

           Division 5--Provisions for designations of community infrastructure

   798.    Designation of community infrastructure
   799.    Designation of land under repealed IPA
   800.    Continuing request to acquire designated land under repealed IPA

           Division 6--Provisions for integrated development assessment system

   801.    Continuing effect of development approvals
   802.    Development applications under repealed IPA
   803.    Dealing with existing applications under other Acts
   804.    Continuing application of repealed IPA, s 5.1.25(1)
   805.    Request about application of superseded planning schemes
   806.    Particular acknowledgement notices
   807.    Application of repealed IPA, ch 3, pt 5, div 4
   808.    Preliminary approvals under repealed IPA
   809.    Requests to extend period under repealed IPA, s 3.5.21
   810.    Changing development approvals under repealed IPA
   811.    Request to cancel development approval
   812.    Particular condition of development approvals
   813.    Continuation of agreements under repealed IPA, s 3.5.34
   814.    Directions and call in powers under repealed IPA
   815.    Continuing effect of repealed IPA, ch 3, pt 7

           Division 7--Provisions for appeals and enforcement
           Subdivision 1--Planning and Environment Court

   816.    Appointments of judges continue
   817.    Rules of court and directions continue
   818.    Proceedings for declarations
   819.    Appeals to court—generally
   820.    Proceedings for particular declarations and appeals
   821.    Application of repealed IPA, s 4.1.52
   822.    Appeals to Court of Appeal
           Subdivision 2--Building and development tribunals
   823.    Establishment of tribunal under repealed IPA
   824.    Continuation of appointment as general or aesthetics referee
   825.    Continuation of appointment as registrar or other officer
   826.    Application of ch 7, pt 2, div 3
   827.    Appeals to tribunals
   828.    Application of repealed IPA, s 4.2.33
           Subdivision 3--Show cause notices and enforcement notices
   829.    Show cause notices
   830.    Enforcement notices
           Subdivision 4--Legal proceedings
   831.    Proceedings for offences, and orders
   832.    Enforcement orders of the court

           Division 8--Provisions about infrastructure
           Subdivision 1--Preliminary

   833.    Charges for infrastructure
           Subdivision 2--Infrastructure planning and funding
   835.    Continuing effect of priority infrastructure plans
   836.    Infrastructure charges schedules
   837.    Regulated infrastructure charges schedules
   838.    Continued application of particular provisions about charges
   839.    Application of ch 8, pt 4
           Subdivision 3--Infrastructure agreements
   840.    Infrastructure agreements
           Subdivision 4--Funding of State infrastructure in master planned areas
   841.    Regulated State infrastructure charges schedules and agreements

           Division 9--Provisions about matters under repealed IPA, chapter 5

   842.    Claims for compensation
   843.    Keeping particular documents
   844.    Planning and development certificates
   845.    Delegations
   846.    Guidelines

           Division 10--Provisions about matters under repealed IPA, chapter 6

   847.    Planning scheme policies for infrastructure
   848.    Conditions about infrastructure for particular applications
   849.    Appeals about infrastructure contributions
   850.    Conditions attaching to land
   851.    Applications in progress under transitional planning schemes
   852.    Applications to change conditions of rezoning approvals under repealed LGPE Act
   853.    Development approvals prevail over conditions of rezoning approvals under repealed LGPE Act
   854.    Notice under repealed IPA, s 6.1.44
   855.    Infrastructure agreements
   856.    Rezoning agreements under previous Acts
   857.    Development control plans under repealed LGPE Act
   858.    Transition of validated planning documents to master planning documents
   859.    Local Government (Robina Central Planning Agreement) Act 1992
   860.    Town planning certificates may be used as evidence
   861.    Orders in council about particular land
   862.    Application of repealed IPA, s 6.1.54
   863.    Provision for infrastructure charges plans

           Division 11--Provisions for SEQ regional plan

   864.    Definitions for div 11
   865.    References in SEQ regional plan and regulatory provisions
   866.    Structure plan

           Division 12--Miscellaneous

   867.    Provision for particular development applications—local heritage places
   868.    Particular activities not a material change of use
   869.    Deferment of application of s 578 to particular material changes of use
   870.    References to repealed IPA and other legislation

           Part 3--Transitional provisions for Revenue and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2011

   872.    Definitions for pt 3
   873.    Dealing with iconic places development applications
   874.    Decisions of panels
   875.    Provision about appeals
   876.    Dissolution of panels
   877.    Responsible entity for development approvals
   878.    Panel's report

           Part 4--Transitional provisions for Sustainable Planning (Housing Affordability and Infrastructure Charges Reform) Amendment Act 2011

   879.    Extended application of s 856 for adopted infrastructure charge
   880.    When local government must not levy particular charges for infrastructure
   881.    Effect of local government resolution made before commencement of amending Act

           Part 5--Validation and transitional provisions for Sustainable Planning and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2012

           Division 1--Validation provision

   882.    Validation provision for applications and development approvals under repealed IPA

           Division 2--Provisions for chapter 8A

   883.    Definitions for div 2
   884.    Registration of Milton Brewery for ch 8A, pt 3
   885.    Restriction on legal proceedings for Milton Brewery
   886.    Non-application of s 680X(1)
   887.    Application of s 680Y
   888.    Notifying prospective buyers
   889.    Development applications made before commencement

           Division 3--Other provisions

   890.    Transitional provision about call in of application
   891.    Transitional provision for s 648A
   892.    Proceedings for particular appeals under repealed IPA

           Part 6--Transitional provisions for Sustainable Planning and Other Legislation Amendment Act (No. 2) 2012

           Division 1--Preliminary

   893.    Definitions for pt 6
   894.    References to former provisions

           Division 2--Provisions for former chapter 4
           Subdivision 1--Preliminary

   895.    Operation of div 2
           Subdivision 2--State planning instruments and local planning instruments
   896.    State planning regulatory provisions relating to master planning
   897.    Adoption of documents by local planning instruments
           Subdivision 3--Structure plans
   898.    General matters about structure plans
   899.    Changes to restrictions on, and notification requirements for, particular development applications in master planned area
   900.    Amendments of planning scheme to include structure plans
   901.    Agreements to fund structure plans
           Subdivision 4--Master plans
   902.    Existing master plans
   903.    Relationship with regulation under s 232
   904.    Relationship with other planning instruments
   905.    New planning instruments can not affect approved master plan
   906.    Master plan attaches to land in master planning unit
   907.    When master plan ceases to have effect
   908.    Existing applications for approval of master plans
   909.    Applications for amendment or cancellation of master plans
           Subdivision 5--Designation of land for community infrastructure
   910.    Minister must consider master plans before designating land
           Subdivision 6--Matters relating to IDAS
   911.    Categories of development for master plans
   912.    Exempt development in master planned areas
   913.    Exclusion of particular entities as referral agency for a master planned area
   914.    Exclusion of particular provisions about making development application for declared master planned area
   915.    Referral agency assesses application
   916.    Code and impact assessment and particular s 242 preliminary approval assessment
   917.    Continued application of former provisions relating to decision for and approval of application
   918.    Compliance assessment of development application
           Subdivision 7--Appeals, offences and enforcement
   919.    Court matters relating to master plans and the structure plan guideline
   920.    Appeals to court relating to master plans
   921.    Compliance with master plans
   922.    False or misleading document relating to master plan application
   923.    Enforcement notices and orders relating to master plans and master plan applications
   924.    Evidentiary aids relating to master plan application
           Subdivision 8--Funding for infrastructure
   925.    Adopted infrastructure charges
   926.    Infrastructure agreements
   927.    Regulated State infrastructure charges schedule for master planned area
   928.    Regulated State infrastructure charges notice
   929.    Giving new regulated State infrastructure charges notice
   930.    When regulated State infrastructure charge is payable
   931.    Application of regulated State infrastructure charges
   932.    Accounting for regulated State infrastructure charges
   933.    Infrastructure agreements about, and alternatives to, paying regulated State infrastructure charges
   934.    Recovery of regulated State infrastructure charges
   935.    Appeals about charges for infrastructure
           Subdivision 9--Miscellaneous
   936.    Limitations on compensation under ss 704 and 705 relating to structure plan
   937.    Local government may take or purchase land in master planned area
   938.    Documents local government or chief executive must keep available for inspection and purchase—general
   939.    Documents local government must keep available for inspection and purchase—master plan applications
   940.    Documents local government must keep available for inspection only
   941.    Standard planning and development certificates and full planning and development certificates
   942.    Electronic submissions about master plan applications
   943.    Continued application of particular transitional provisions relating to master planned areas

           Division 3--Other provisions

   944.    Development applications not decided on commencement
   944A.   Chief executive is assessment manager or concurrence agency for ch 6, pt 8, divs 2 and 5
   945.    Costs for existing court proceedings
   946.    Declaration about whether development application involving particular State resource is properly made

           Part 8--Transitional provisions for Local Government and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2013

           Division 1--State planning instruments

   948.    Existing development applications

           Division 2--De-amalgamation of particular local governments
           Subdivision 1--Preliminary

   949.    Definitions for pt 8, div 2
           Subdivision 2--Applications or requests made before changeover day
   950.    Application or request relating to land wholly within continuing local government area
   951.    Application or request relating to land wholly within new local government area
   952.    Application or request relating to land within continuing and new local government area
   953.    Continuing local government to assist related new local government
           Subdivision 3--Existing proceedings
   954.    Land wholly within new local government area
   955.    Land within both continuing and new local government area
           Subdivision 4--Proceedings commenced after changeover day
   956.    Land wholly within new local government area
   957.    Land within both continuing and new local government area
           Subdivision 5--Enforcement provision
   958.    Enforcement that may be taken by new local governments
           Subdivision 6--Miscellaneous
   959.    Provision about consultations

           Part 9--Transitional provisions for Water Supply Services Legislation Amendment Act 2014

   959A.   Definitions for pt 9
   959B.   Distributor-retailer or participating local government continues as concurrence agency for existing applications
   959C.   Related applications
   959D.   Existing staged development approvals
   959E.   Other development approvals
   959F.   Existing compliance assessments
   959G.   Infrastructure charges notices continue in effect etc.
   959H.   Infrastructure agreements
   959I.   Existing land transfer agreements or requirements in lieu of charge

           Part 10--Transitional provision for Environmental Offsets Act 2014

   970.    Continued effect to make payment

           Part 11--Savings and transitional provisions for Sustainable Planning (Infrastructure Charges) and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2014

           Division 1--Purpose of part and definitions

   974.    Purpose of pt 11
   975.    Definitions for pt 11
   975A.   Cut-off date for particular local governments

           Division 2--Saving provisions

   976.    Deferment of LGIP requirement for existing planning schemes
   976A.   Preparing and making PIP under unamended Act
   976B.   Existing development approvals
   977.    Existing notices
   978.    Existing charges
   979.    Charges resolutions until cut-off date
   980.    Existing land transfer requirements in lieu of charge
   981.    Undecided appeals

           Division 3--Transitional provisions

   982.    PIP to LGIP
   983.    Existing SPRP for adopted charges
   984.    Existing application for development approval
   985.    Existing agreements under s 648G
   986.    Infrastructure charges register
   987.    Infrastructure agreements
   988.    Consequential provisions

           Division 4--Other provision

   989.    Regulated infrastructure charges schedule

           Part 12--Savings and transitional provisions for State Development, Infrastructure and Planning (Red Tape Reduction) and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2014

           Division 1--Preliminary

   991.    Definitions for pt 12

           Division 2--Provisions for advisory panels for iconic places

   992.    Definitions for div 2
   993.    Dissolution of advisory panels
   994.    Advisory panel's report

           Part 13--Transitional provision for Queensland Heritage and Other Legislation Amendment Act 2014

   996.    Provision for planning schemes in effect before 4 July 2014 that do not include an LGIP or PIP

           Part 14--Transitional and validating provisions for Local Government and Other Legislation Amendment Act (No. 2) 2015

   997.    Extension of time for particular planning schemes
   998.    Validation provision for particular charges resolutions
           SCHEDULE 1--PROHIBITED DEVELOPMENT
           SCHEDULE 3--DICTIONARY


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