(1) The report and consent of the relevant council must be obtained to an application for a building permit to construct any of the following parts of a building if the part projects beyond the street alignment at a different height or distance to that specified in this Part—
(a) an architectural feature;
(b) a window;
(c) a balcony;
(d) a verandah;
(e) a sunblind;
(f) an awning;
(g) a service pipe;
(h) a rainwater head;
(i) a service installation;
(j) a window shutter;
(k) a sign or similar Class 10b structure;
(l) a service cabinet door.
(2) The report and consent of the relevant council must be obtained to an application for a building permit to construct a building if any part of the building not specified in subregulation (1) would project beyond the street alignment.
(3) The relevant council may give its consent under subregulation (1) or (2) if it considers that the projection of the part of the building beyond the street alignment will not be detrimental to the safety of the public.
(4) Despite subregulations (1) and (2), the report and consent of the relevant council under subregulation (1) or (2) need not be obtained to an application for a building permit if face="Symbol">¾
(a) a planning permit is required for the construction of the building; and
(b) the relevant planning scheme regulates the projection of part of a building beyond the street alignment of the same class of part of building referred to in subregulation (3).