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What is a designation

35 What is a designation

(1) A
"designation" is a decision of the Minister, or a local government, (a
"designator" ) that identifies premises for the development of 1 or more types of infrastructure that are prescribed by regulation.
(2) A designation may include requirements about any or all of the following—
(a) works for the infrastructure (the height, shape, bulk, landscaping, or location of works, for example);
(b) the use of premises, for example—
(i) vehicular and pedestrian access to, and circulation on, premises; and
(ii) operating times for the use; and
(iii) ancillary uses;
(c) lessening the impact of the works or use (environmental management procedures, for example).
(3) The chief executive may, by notice, require a local government to include a matter in subsection (2) in a designation made by the local government.
For the effect of a designation on the categorisation of development, see section 44(6)(b).

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