Advertised Development Applications
DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS ON EXHIBITION
As per Council Policy and Legislation, certain types of Development Applications (DA’s) require public exhibition in the Inverell Times and on the Council’s website. Should any DA’s currently be under exhibition, you will find them listed below.
A Development Application has been lodged with the Inverell Shire Council, the particulars being:
The Development Application is on public exhibition for a period of 35 days, from 8.30am on 8 October 2019 to 4.30pm on 12 November 2019 (the Exhibition Period).
The Development Application and the Environmental Impact Statement accompanying the application may be inspected during the Exhibition Period at Inverell Shire Council’s Administration Centre, 144 Otho Street, Inverell during ordinary office hours.
An electronic copy of the Development Application and the accompanying Environmental Impact Statement may also be inspected during the Exhibition Period:
- on Council’s website (inverell.nsw.gov.au); and
- at the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment’s head office at 320 Pitt Street, Sydney.
The proposed development is ‘Designated Development’ in accordance with Section 4.10 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 and Schedule 3 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000.
The proposed development is ‘Integrated Development’ in accordance with Section 4.46 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, with the following approvals required:
- Environment protection licence, to authorise carrying out of scheduled development work at any premises, under Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997. The approval body is the NSW Environment Protection Authority;
- Controlled Activity Approval under the Water Management Act 2000. The approval body is the Natural Resource Access Regulator; and
- Permit under the Fisheries Management Act 1994. The approval body is the Department of Primary Industries.
Any person may make a written submission to Inverell Shire Council concerning the Development Application during the Exhibition Period. If the submission is made by way of objection, the grounds of the objection must be specified in the submission.
Any person who makes a submission by way of objection and is dissatisfied with a determination of the consent authority to grant development consent, may appeal to the Land and Environment Court.
Not all applications are required to be advertised in the Inverell Times or exhibited on the website. A full list of applications received by Council can be found at Application Tracking.
Last modified 08-Oct-2019