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This legislation has been repealed.

RICHMOND RIVER LOCAL ENVIRONMENTAL PLAN 1992 - REG 26

Pacific Pines Development

26 Pacific Pines Development

(1) This clause applies to lot 107, DP 626582, Parish of Riley.
(2) The Council shall not consent to the carrying out of development on land to which this clause applies until after it has had consultations with and has made an assessment of advice from:
(a) the Commissioner of the Soil Conservation Service, in relation to the taking of appropriate measures:
(i) to maintain the stability of the coastal dune system within, and in the vicinity of, the land,
(ii) to inhibit coastal erosion and to alleviate its effects, and
(iii) to reduce the likelihood of the land, and of buildings situated on the land, being inundated by flood waters,
(b) the Director of Public Works, in relation to the taking of appropriate measures:
(i) to maintain the stability of the coastal dune system within, and in the vicinity of, the land,
(ii) to inhibit coastal erosion and to alleviate its effects, and
(iii) to reduce the likelihood of the land, and of buildings situated on the land, being inundated by flood waters, and
(c) the Director of the State Emergency Service, in relation to the preparation of a plan (being a plan that is based on an early warning time of not more than 10 hours) to ensure that occupiers of the land can be safely evacuated from the land where the land is in imminent danger of being inundated by flood waters.
(3) The Council shall not consent to the subdivision of the land to which this clause applies.
(4) Subject to subclause (5), nothing in this plan prevents a person, with the consent of the Council, from carrying out development on the land to which this clause applies for a tourist facility with associated uses.
(5) The Council shall not grant consent to development referred to in subclause (4) after the expiration of two years from the appointed day or after such later day as the Minister may, before the expiration of that period, notify by order published in the Gazette.
(6) Nothing in subclause (3) shall prevent the Council from granting consent to the carrying out of alterations or extensions to or the rebuilding of a building or place being used for a purpose for which consent has been granted in accordance with this clause.



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