This regulation may be cited as the Planning (Regulated Requirements and Other Matters) Amendment Regulation 2019.
This regulation amends the Planning Regulation 2017.
(1)Section 5(2), ‘old Act before or after the commencement’—
repealed IPA(2)Section 5(2)—
insert—See also subdivision 1A for the application of particular regulated requirements to particular local planning instruments in force immediately before the commencement of that subdivision.
Part 2, division 2—
insert—(1)This subdivision applies in relation to a local planning instrument, in force immediately before the commencement, made under the old Act.(2)However, this subdivision does not apply in relation to—(a)a local planning instrument made under the repealed IPA; or(b)a TLPI made for all or part of a local government area if a planning scheme made under the repealed IPA applies to the area.(1)This section applies if the local planning instrument includes land in a zone called a high technology industry zone.(2)For section 6, the land is taken to be included in the research and technology industry zone stated in schedule 2.(1)This section applies if the local planning instrument—(a)adopts any of the following use terms stated in schedule 3, column 1—(i)high impact industry:(ii)low impact industry;(iii)medium impact industry;(iv)special industry; and(b)does not include the definition of the term stated opposite the term in schedule 3, column 2.(2)Despite section 7(2), it is not a regulated requirement for the local planning instrument that it include the definition of the term stated opposite the term in schedule 3, column 2.(3)If the local planning instrument includes another definition of the term, the term has the meaning given in that definition.
Schedule 10, part 13, division 4, subdivision 1, section 19, from ‘development,’—
development if the port overlay for the master planned area states the development is assessable development.See also the Sustainable Ports Development Act 2015, section 19(4) for particular development that a port overlay can not regulate.