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Reviewing planning schemes

25 Reviewing planning schemes

(1) A local government must—
(a) review its planning scheme within 10 years after—
(i) the planning scheme was made; or
(ii) if the planning scheme has been reviewed—the planning scheme was last reviewed; and
(b) decide, based on that review, whether to amend or replace the planning scheme.
(2) If the local government decides not to amend or replace the planning scheme, the local government must—
(a) give written reasons for the decision to the chief executive; and
(b) publish a public notice, in the approved form, about the decision; and
(c) keep a copy of the public notice in a conspicuous place in the local government’s public office, for a period of at least 40 business days after the notice is published.
(3) Despite subsection (1), a local government must review any LGIP (an
"LGIP review" ) in its planning scheme within 5 years after—
(a) the LGIP was included in the planning scheme; and
(b) if the LGIP has been reviewed—the LGIP was last reviewed.
(4) When conducting an LGIP review, the local government must follow the process in the Minister’s rules.
(5) An LGIP review is not a review for subsection (1).

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