Decision Notices Decision Notices

Pursuant to S63(4) of the Planning Act 2016, the assessment manager must publish a notice about the decision on the assessment manager’s website.

Decision Notices

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Disclaimer Disclaimer

This information has been prepared in accordance with the Sustainable Planning Act 2009 or the Planning Act 2016. No statement is made about the accuracy or suitability of the information for use for any purpose (whether the purpose has been notified to Council or not). Whilst every care is taken to ensure the accuracy of this data, neither the South Burnett Regional Council nor State Government Departments makes any representations or warranties about its accuracy, reliability, completeness or suitability for any particular purpose and disclaims all responsibility and all liability (including without limitation, liability in negligence) for all expenses, losses, damages (including indirect or consequential damage) and costs which you might incur as a result of the data being inaccurate or incomplete in any way or for any reason.

Statement of Reasons Statement of Reasons

Pursuant to S83 of the Planning Act 2016, the assessment manager must publish a notice of decision (statement of reasons) on the assessment manager’s website.

Statement of Reasons

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Temporary Local Planning Instrument Temporary Local Planning Instrument

This TLPI provides controls for the construction of dwellings within historic subdivisions for up to 1 year or until such time as the South Burnett SPA Planning Scheme is adopted by Council. Please see the Temporary Local Planning Instrument (Residential Development within Historic Subdivisions) below.

Temporary Local Planning Instrument (TLPI)

Public Submisisions Public Submisisions

Submissions must be in writing and should relate directly to the work proposed and its possible impact on surrounding property or the locality. Council staff can assist you when viewing the application and can answer questions on specific technical issues. However, staff are not in a position to comment on the merits of the proposal at notification stage nor is it appropriate that they assist you in formulating your submission.

Council has created a form to provide assistance in making a submission with respect to a development application. It is not essential that you use this form. A signed letter is acceptable. However, State legislation states that only a ‘properly made submission' will have third party appeal rights. A ‘properly made submission' must:

• Be in written form (dot point is acceptable).
• State clearly your objections to, or support for the proposed development.
• Be made to South Burnett Regional Council (the Assessment Manager).
• Be received during the notification period.
• State the name, address and be signed by each person who made the submission (Sch 3 of the Sustainable Planning Act 2009 or Sch 2 of the Planning Act 2016)

Before you make a written submission, please confirm the notification period with Council's Planning and Land Management Branch to ensure your submission is received prior to the closing date.

Make a Submission Make a Submission

Before you make a written submission, please confirm the notification period with Council's Planning and Land Management Branch to ensure your submission is received prior to the closing date.

Public Submission

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It is not essential that you use this form. A signed letter is acceptable. However, State legislation states that only a ‘properly made submission’ will be considered.
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