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Out with the old and in with the new: Gadens’ Guide to State Significant Development in NSW (the replacement of Part 3A)

By Anthony Whealy of Gadens Lawyers, Sydney

We are now only days away from the start of critical new planning laws that will govern the assessment of all major development projects in NSW (State Significant Development), following the coalition government’s repeal of Part 3A of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act shortly after the March election. Planning Minister Brad Hazzard recently said that he has already signed the new State Environmental Planning Policy (SEPP) and that it will commence this Saturday, 1 October. read more