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BEGA VALLEY LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL PLAN 2013

- Made under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979
- As at 3 April 2018
- Reg 408 of 2013

TABLE OF PROVISIONS

   PART 1 - PRELIMINARY

   1.1.    Name of Plan
   1.1AA.  Commencement
   1.2.    Aims of Plan
   1.3.    Land to which Plan applies
   1.4.    Definitions
   1.5.    Notes
   1.6.    Consent authority
   1.7.    Maps
   1.8.    Repeal of planning instruments applying to land
   1.8A.   Savings provision relating to development applications
   1.9.    Application of SEPPs
   1.9A.   Suspension of covenants, agreements and instruments

   PART 2 - PERMITTED OR PROHIBITED DEVELOPMENT

   2.1.    Land use zones
   2.2.    Zoning of land to which Plan applies
   2.3.    Zone objectives and Land Use Table
   2.4.    Unzoned land
   2.5.    Additional permitted uses for particular land
   2.6.    Subdivision--consent requirements
   2.7.    Demolition requires development consent
   2.8.    Temporary use of land
           Land Use Table
           Note
           Zone RU1. Primary Production
           Zone RU2. Rural Landscape
           Zone RU3. Forestry
           Zone RU4. Primary Production Small Lots
           Zone RU5. Village
           Zone R2. Low Density Residential
           Zone R3. Medium Density Residential
           Zone R5. Large Lot Residential
           Zone B1. Neighbourhood Centre
           Zone B2. Local Centre
           Zone B4. Mixed Use
           Zone B5. Business Development
           Zone IN1. General Industrial
           Zone IN2. Light Industrial
           Zone IN4. Working Waterfront
           Zone SP1. Special Activities
           Zone SP2. Infrastructure
           Zone SP3. Tourist
           Zone RE1. Public Recreation
           Zone RE2. Private Recreation
           Zone E1. National Parks and Nature Reserves
           Zone E2. Environmental Conservation
           Zone E3. Environmental Management
           Zone E4. Environmental Living
           Zone W1. Natural Waterways
           Zone W2. Recreational Waterways
           Zone W3. Working Waterways

   PART 3 - EXEMPT AND COMPLYING DEVELOPMENT

   3.1.    Exempt development
   3.2.    Complying development
   3.3.    Environmentally sensitive areas excluded

   PART 4 - PRINCIPAL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS

   4.1.    Minimum subdivision lot size
   4.1AA.  Minimum subdivision lot size for community title schemes
   4.1A.   Minimum site areas for dwelling houses, dual occupancies, multi dwelling housing and residential flat buildings in certain zones
   4.1B.   Lot averaging subdivision in Zone R5, Zone E3 and Zone E4
   4.2.    Rural subdivision
   4.2A.   Erection of dwelling houses on land in certain rural, residential and environment protection zones
   4.2B.   Exceptions to minimum lot sizes for certain rural subdivisions
   4.2C.   Erection of rural workers' dwellings
   4.2D.   Erection of dual occupancies (detached) in Zone RU1 and Zone RU2
   4.2E.   Exceptions to minimum subdivision lot size for boundary adjustments
   4.2F.   Exceptions to minimum subdivision lot sizes for resulting lots
   4.3.    Height of buildings
   4.4.    Floor space ratio
   4.5.    Calculation of floor space ratio and site area
   4.6.    Exceptions to development standards

   PART 5 - MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

   5.1.    Relevant acquisition authority
   5.1A.   Development on land intended to be acquired for public purposes
   5.2.    Classification and reclassification of public land
   5.3.    Development near zone boundaries
   5.4.    Controls relating to miscellaneous permissible uses
   5.5.    (Repealed)
   5.6.    Architectural roof features
   5.7.    Development below mean high water mark
   5.8.    Conversion of fire alarms
   5.9.    5.9AA. (Repealed)
   5.10.   Heritage conservation
   5.11.   Bush fire hazard reduction
   5.12.   Infrastructure development and use of existing buildings of the Crown
   5.13.   Eco-tourist facilities
   5.14.   Siding Spring Observatory--maintaining dark sky
   5.15.   Defence communications facility

   PART 6 - ADDITIONAL LOCAL PROVISIONS

   6.1.    Acid sulfate soils
   6.2.    Earthworks
   6.3.    Flood planning
   6.4.    Coastal risk planning
   6.5.    Terrestrial biodiversity
   6.6.    Riparian land and watercourses
   6.7.    Environmentally sensitive land
   6.8.    Airspace operations
   6.9.    Development at Kalaru Racecourse
   6.10.   Development of certain land at Sapphire Coast Drive and Tura Beach Drive, Tura Beach
   6.11.   Short-term rental accommodation
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           SCHEDULE 5
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