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ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING AND ASSESSMENT REGULATION 2000 - REG 119

Public participation--applications under sections 4.55(2) and 4.56 for modification of other development consents

119 Public participation--applications under sections 4.55(2) and 4.56 for modification of other development consents

(1) This clause applies to an application under section 4.55(2) of the Act to which clause 118 does not apply or under section 4.56(1) of the Act to which clauses 117 and 118 do not apply.
(2) An application to which this clause applies must be notified or advertised for the minimum period specified in clause 10 of Schedule 1 to the Act but otherwise in the same manner as the original development application was notified or advertised.
(4) If an application to which this clause applies is required by this clause to be notified or advertised and the development consent was granted by the Court on appeal, the application must be so notified or advertised by the council to which the original development application was made.
(5) A council referred to in subclause (4) must, in the case of an application under section 4.56 of the Act, notify the Court of--
(a) the manner in which the application was notified or advertised, and
(b) the minimum public exhibition period required by clause 10 of Schedule 1 to the Act, and
(c) the date (or dates) on which the application was notified or advertised.
(5A) If an application to which this clause applies is made about a development consent granted, or deemed to have been refused, by a regional panel, the council or councils of the area in which the development concerned is to be carried out are to notify or advertise the application, and are to notify the Court (if applicable), in accordance with this clause instead of the regional panel.
(6) During the period referred to in clause 10 of Schedule 1 to the Act, any person may inspect the application and any accompanying information and make extracts from or copies of them.



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