(1) A specified person may apply to the Tribunal for the review of—
(a) a decision of a specified body in relation to a matter if a planning scheme specifies or a permit contains a condition that the matter must be done to the satisfaction, or must not be done without the consent or approval, of the specified body; or
(b) a decision of a specified body in relation to a matter if an agreement under section 173 provides that the matter must be done to the satisfaction, or must not be done without the consent, of the specified body and makes no provision for settling disputes in relation to the matter; or
(c) a decision of a specified body or of a person or body specified in an enforcement order in relation to a matter if the order requires that the matter must be done to the satisfaction of that person or body; or
(d) if there is no prescribed time for a decision of a kind referred to in paragraph (a), (b) or (c), a failure of a person or body to make that decision within a reasonable time after the matter is referred to it.
(2) An application for review of a decision referred to in subsection (1)(a), (b) or (c) must be made within 28 days after the day on which the decision is made.
(3) The responsible authority is a party to any proceedings under this section.
S. 149A (Heading) inserted by No. 3/2013 s. 68(9).
S. 149A inserted by No. 86/1989 s. 20(1), amended by Nos 62/1991 s. 36(3)(4), 128/1993 s. 24, 35/1995 s. 7, substituted by No. 52/1998 s. 190.