Regulations 2000 No 16 Planning Regulations
Tabled Paper 1778
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1 s(f) the period, beginning on the date on which the notice is first published in the newspaper under regulation 6(1 )(a) and ending on a date specified in the notice that is not earlier than 14 days after the date of publication of the notice, during which a submission in relation to the development application may be made; (g) the place at which a submission in relation to the development application may be lodged. 8. Notice must not be removed before end of exhibition period A person must not remove a notice placed on land in accordance with regulation 6(1 )(b) until after the end of the period specified in the notice under regulation 7(f). Penalty: $1,000. 9. Definition of "infrastructure" For the purposes of the definition of "infrastructure" in section 67 of the Act, the construction of motor vehicle carriageways and stormwater drains are prescribed. 10. Declaration of matters by service authorities A declaration for the purposes of section 73(1) of the Act by a service authority that is the Territory is to be made by instrument in writing signed by the Minister with primary responsibility for the provision of infrastructure of the type provided by the service authority. 11. Prescribed rate of interest For the purposes of section 73(2)(b)(i) of the Act, the prescribed rate of interest is 1% higher than the standard overdraft rate set from time to time by the Commonwealth Bank. Planning Regulations 5
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