(cf previous s 89C)
(1) For the purposes of this Act,
"State significant development" is development that is declared under this section to be State significant development.
(2) A State environmental planning policy may declare any development, or any class or description of development, to be State significant development.
(3) The Minister may, by a Ministerial planning order, declare specified development on specified land to be State significant development, but only if the Minister has obtained and made publicly available advice from the Independent Planning Commission about the State or regional planning significance of the development.Editorial note : For orders under this subsection, see the Historical notes at the end of this Act.
(4) A State environmental planning policy that declares State significant development may extend the provisions of the policy relating to that development to State significant development declared under subsection (3).
Note : See section 5.12(6) and (7) in relation to development that is, but for those provisions, both State significant development and State significant infrastructure.