This Regulation, consisting of 21 sections divided into six Parts and completed by five Schedules, establishes the requirements contracts for sale of land within the New South Wales territory.
As new industries emerge in rural areas, land use change can have important implications for affected communities. In-turn, social responses to developments can have important implications for industry. The idea that communities may, or may not, approve of landuse change has been conceptualised in the literature on ‘social license to operate’.
These Regulations, made under sections 255 and 256 of the Heritage Act 2017 consisting of 33 sections and completed by twelve Schedules, objectives of these Regulations are: a) to prescribe forms and documents for the purposes of the Heritage Act 2017; b) to prescribe fees payable in relation to certain permits, reviews, consents and certificates under the Act; c) to exempt particular classes o
This Regulation, consisting of and one Schedule, establishes the requirements to be met for aboriginal land heritage.
This Regulation, consisting of 16 sections divided into four Parts and completed by four Schedules, implements the Coastal Protection and Management Act 1995. It approves coastal zone map—Act, s 18C. For section 18C of the Act, the Coastal zone map for Queensland, certified by the chief executive on 3 October 2011, is approved as the coastal zone map.
The objective of the Planning Regulation 2017 is to prescribe instruments and address matters provided for under the Planning Act 2016, and provide the mechanics for the operation and implementation of the Act.
This Act amends several provisions established for managing Crown land within the territory of New South Wales. Amendments consists in repealing Schedule 1; amending Schedule 2 on legislation referring to reserve trusts (such as: Betting and Racing Act 1998 (No. 114) and Cemeteries and Crematoria Act 2013 (No.
Over the past 15 years Australia has been trialling conservation tenders and other market based instrument approaches to generate environmental outcomes, particularly on private lands. The best known of these is the BushTender auction for vegetation protection in Victoria, begun in the early 2000s.
This Act, consisting of 104 sections divided into six Parts, establishes the Victorian Planning Authority. The primary object of the Authority is to provide advice and assistance that is in accordance with the objectives of planning in Victoria.
The purpose of this Act, consisting of 294 sections divided into fourteen Parts and completed by one Schedule, is to re-enact with amendments the Heritage Act 1995: a) to provide for the protection and conservation of the cultural heritage of the State; b) to establish a Victorian Heritage Register for the registration of places and objects; c) to establish a Heritage Inventory for the recordin