The Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000 amendment will clarify the legal requirements for public hearings and meetings during the pandemic and ensure planning bodies can continue to operate without delay.
The Department of Planning Industry, and Environment; the Independent Planning Commission; Sydney district and regional planning panels; and local council planning panels will all benefit from the new process for electronic hearings and meetings.
To view the regulation click here.
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