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Deciding amendment application

54ZC Deciding amendment application

(1) The Coordinator-General must decide whether to approve or refuse each amendment application.
(2) If an amendment application is required to be notified under section 54ZB (1) , the Coordinator-General must not decide the application until the submission period has ended.
(3) In deciding an amendment application, the Coordinator-General must—
(a) consider all of the following—
(i) any impacts the proposed amendment is likely to have on each environmental matter protected by a specified provision;
(ii) any further information about the proposed amendment received under section 54ZA ;
(iii) any criteria for the decision prescribed by regulation;
(iv) all accepted submissions for the application;
(v) the matters mentioned in section 54J (2) ; and
(b) ensure the amended environmental approval and conditions are not inconsistent with the bilateral agreement.
(4) Also, the Coordinator-General may consider—
(a) the proponent’s environmental record or, for an amendment application for a change of proponent, the proposed new proponent’s environmental record; and
(b) any other matter the Coordinator-General considers relevant.
(5) If the Coordinator-General decides to approve an amendment application, the Coordinator-General may also decide to—
(a) amend or remove a condition of the environmental approval; or
(b) impose a further condition.
(6) Section 54U applies for a decision under subsection (5) .

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