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Land Use Planning and Approvals Act 1993 (No. 70 of 1993)
Requested:  24 Oct 2014
Consolidated as at:  21 Feb 2012

30H. Notification and public exhibition of interim planning schemes

      (1) A planning authority notified under section 30G(1)(a) of the declaration of an interim planning scheme must ensure that a copy of the scheme is –

(a) publicly exhibited at the offices of the planning authority in accordance with this section; and

(b) made available for viewing at a website address specified in the notice in relation to the scheme in accordance with subsection (6)(e).

      (2) The public exhibition of an interim planning scheme by the planning authority is to begin –

(a) on the date, if any, specified in the notice under section 30G(1)(a) in relation to the scheme as the date on which public exhibition of the scheme is to begin; or

(b) if the notice under section 30G(1)(a) does not specify such a date, on a date, chosen by the planning authority, that is within 3 weeks after the authority receives the notice.

      (3) The interim planning scheme is to be publicly exhibited by the planning authority for a period of 2 months.

      (4) The planning authority notified under section 30G(1)(a) of the declaration of an interim planning scheme must ensure that a notice is published in a daily newspaper circulating generally in the area to which the scheme applies.

      (5) The notice under subsection (4) is to be published on or before the day on which the exhibition of the planning scheme begins under subsection (2).

      (6) The notice under subsection (4) is to –

(a) specify that an interim planning scheme has been declared; and

(b) indicate generally the area to which the scheme applies; and

(c) specify that the area to which the scheme applies is indicated with more particularity on a plan that is displayed at an office, of the planning authority, the address of which is specified in the notice; and

(d) specify that a copy of the interim planning scheme is or will be on public exhibition at the address of the offices of the planning authority, and the address of the offices of the Commission, specified in the notice; and

(e) specify that a copy of the interim planning scheme is available for viewing at a website address specified in the notice; and

(f) specify the date on which the scheme came into operation; and

(g) specify that representations in relation to the interim planning scheme may be made to the planning authority –

(i) at the address of the planning authority specified in the notice; and

(ii) at any time within 2 months from the date, specified in the notice, on which, under subsection (2), the public exhibition of the scheme is to begin.

      (7) If the public exhibition of 2 or more interim planning schemes for areas of land in the same regional area is required under subsection (2)(a) to begin on the same day, the planning authorities in respect of the areas of land may combine into a single notice, in one or more newspapers, all the notices for the schemes that are required under this section to be published in a daily newspaper.

      (8) The Commission must cause a copy of an interim planning scheme to be publicly exhibited at its office during the period in which the planning authority notified under section 30G(1)(a) of the declaration of the scheme is required under this section to publicly exhibit the scheme.

      (9) If a period, in relation to an interim planning scheme, referred to in this section includes any days on which the office of a planning authority is closed during normal business hours in that part of the State in which the scheme applies, that period is to be extended by the number of those days.



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