The NSW Government is proposing to make approvals for low-impact, straightforward building projects easier and faster for homeowners and businesses in rural and regional NSW.
The Department of Planning and Environment invited public comment on the 'A Review of Complying Development for Inland NSW' paper that sets out proposed changes to the State Environment Planning (Exempt and Complying Development Codes) 2008. It intended to:
- simplify complying development controls via a new ‘Inland Code’ for regional and rural areas of NSW west of the Great Dividing Range
- make exempt development controls more flexible for farm buildings and silos in rural zones across the State.
The Inland Code would apply to all residential complying development for 83 local government areas west of the Great Dividing Range.
Thank you for your feedback on the proposals outlined in the 'A Review of Complying Development for Inland NSW Background Paper'.
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||Department of Planning and Environment 23-33 Bridge Street, Sydney NSW 2000 • Gosford Regional Office, Level 3, 107-109 Mann Street, Gosford NSW 2250 • Newcastle Regional Office, Level 2, 26 Honeysuckle Drive, Newcastle, NSW 2300 • Tamworth Regional Office, Noel Park House, Level 3, 155-157 Marius Street, Tamworth NSW 2340 • Western Regional Office, Area 1, Level 1, 188 Macquarie Street, Dubbo NSW 2830
||State Environmental Planning Policy (Exempt and Complying Development Code) 2008
|Exhibiting agency or agencies
||Department of Planning and Environment
|Local Government Area