Western Australia Land Authority Act, 1992 (Act No. 35). | Land Portal

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This Act provides for the establishment of the Western Australian Land Authority and defines its composition, and functions and powers.Functions of the Authority include: the development of industrial, commercial, residential and other land in a range of localities to meet the social and economic needs of the State while taking account of environmental outcomes; the completion of the Joondalup Centre project; the identification and development, or urban renewal, of centres of population and for the improvement of land for those centres; and for the development and disposal of surplus public land.The Act further covers provisions about accountability and financial provisions.

Implemented by: Western Australia Land Authority Regulations, 1999. (1999-11-09)

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