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Permitted development conditions

65 Permitted development conditions

(1) A development condition imposed on a development approval must—
(a) be relevant to, but not be an unreasonable imposition on, the development or the use of premises as a consequence of the development; or
(b) be reasonably required in relation to the development or the use of premises as a consequence of the development.
(2) A development condition may—
(a) limit how long—
(i) a lawful use may continue; or
(ii) works may remain in place; or
(b) state that development must not start until—
(i) other development permits for development on the same premises have been given; or
(ii) other development on the same premises, including development that the development application does not cover, has been substantially started or completed; or
For when development can otherwise start, see section 72.
(c) require compliance with an infrastructure agreement for the premises; or
(d) require development, or a part of development, to be completed within a stated period; or
(e) require the payment of security under an agreement under section 67 to support a requirement under paragraph (d).
1 See chapter 4, parts 2 and 3 for other permitted development conditions.
2 In addition to development conditions under this Act, a land surrender requirement under the Coastal Act may be made in relation to particular land that is the subject of a development approval for reconfiguring a lot in a coastal management district under the Coastal Act. However, a land surrender requirement is not a development condition under this Act.

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