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PLANNING ACT 2016 - SECT 35
What is a designation
"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,
(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.
effect of a designation on the categorisation of development, see
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