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LAND USE PLANNING AND APPROVALS ACT 1993 - SECT 60S

Effect on planning matters of declaration of major project

(1)  A person must not undertake a use or development on land, to which a major project relates, that is a use or development for which, under a planning scheme that applies to the land, a permit is required, except if the use or development is under and in accordance with –
(a) a major project permit in relation to the project; or
(b) a permit that was in force immediately before the project was declared to be a major project.
(2)  Subsection (1) does not apply in relation to an activity if the activity is carried out in accordance with a project-related permit, notice or authority issued or granted under section 60ZT(2) or section 60ZU(2) or (4) .
(3)  Subsection (1) does not apply in relation to a use or development for the purposes of the Panel, or a relevant regulator, conducting an assessment under or for the purposes of this Division, and any such assessment is not to be taken to be in contravention of any provision of this Act or a planning scheme.
(4)  If a declaration of a major project is made –
(a) an application for an ordinary permit, in relation to a use or development forming all or part of the major project, that has been made to, but not determined by, the planning authority, is taken to have been withdrawn on the day on which the declaration is made; and
(b) the planning authority to which the application was made must, as soon as practicable, refund to the applicant half of any fees that the applicant has paid in respect of the application.



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