Principal aims and objectives of the Plan are: (a) to provide an updated and simplified plan for the area of Great Lakes; (b) to protect and enhance the environmental qualities of the area; (c) to promote the well-being of the area's population; (d) to provide a land use framework to guide the future use of the land within the area of Great Lakes; (e) to provide a basis for the preparation of detailed development control plans; (f) to improve opportunities for ecologically sustainable development; (g) to provide for the cultural needs of and the equitable provision of services and facilities for the community. The area is divided into several zones which are specified in Part 2 of the Plan. Special provisions aim inter alia at protecting specific tree species, ensuring adequate water and sewerage services in all residential and other habitable buildings, permitting temporary use of land for cultural activities, imposing restrictions on the subdivision of land, regulating the acquisition of land for community and road purposes, conserving the heritage of the Great Lakes area, identifying the procedures to be followed where the Council considers a development application for contaminated land, protecting the amenity of foreshore areas.
Implements: Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979. (2017-11-30)
Repealed by: Great Lakes Local Environmental Plan 2014. (2018-04-20)
Authors and Publishers
Tomassi, Alessandra (CONSLEGB)
AustLII is Australia's most popular online free-access resource for Australian legal information, serving the needs of a multitude of users with over 700,000 hits daily. AustLII is a joint facility of the UTS and UNSW Faculties of Law.
The FAO Legal Office provides in-house counsel in accordance with the Basic Texts of the Organization, gives legal advisory services to FAO members, assists in the formulation of