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HERITAGE ACT 1977 - SECT 36

Independent Planning Commission

36 Independent Planning Commission

(1) At a review conducted by the Independent Planning Commission each of the following is entitled to appear before the Commission either personally or, unless otherwise provided by the regulations, by an Australian legal practitioner or agent--
(a) an owner, mortgagee or lessee of land to which the proposed listing will apply or of land on which is situated the building, work or relic (being a relic that is attached to or forms part of land) that will be subject to the proposed listing,
(b) an owner of a relic (not being a relic that is attached to or forms part of land) or moveable object that will be subject to the proposed listing,
(c) the council of the area in which the item or precinct concerned is situated,
(d) the Heritage Council,
(e) the Secretary of the Department of Premier and Cabinet or a nominee of the Secretary,
(f) any other person with the leave of the Commission.
(2) At the conclusion of the review, the Independent Planning Commission is to provide a report in writing to the Minister containing a summary of the submissions made to the review, the findings of the Commission with respect to those submissions and a recommendation as to how those submissions should be dealt with. The Minister is to make copies of the report available to the public after the Minister decides whether or not to direct the listing.



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