David Kitto, NSW Department of Planning and Infrastructure - The White Paper: A New Planning System for NSW

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David Kitto, Director of Mining and Industry, NSW Department of Planning and Infrastructure delivered the presentation at the 2013 Mining NSW Conference.

The 2013 Mining NSW Conference looked at mine exploration and development opportunities in Central NSW and the Northern Tablelands with a spotlight on capital raising outlook and overseas investment.

For more information about the event, please visit: http://www.informa.com.au/miningnsw13

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David Kitto, NSW Department of Planning and Infrastructure - The White Paper: A New Planning System for NSW

  1. 1. A New Planning System for NSW WHITE PAPER • NSW Government’s commitment to create a simpler, more certain and more transparent planning system.
  2. 2. NSW Planning a better place to live and work We’ve taken a fresh approach to building a world class planning system
  3. 3. How We Listened to You
  4. 4. What We Heard…
  5. 5. Major Transformative Changes
  6. 6. A New Approach to Community Participation
  7. 7. A Focus on Upfront Strategic Planning Strategic plans will set the upfront ground rules
  8. 8. Subregional Delivery Plans
  9. 9. Local Plans Local Plans will be written in plain English to foster more effective community participation
  10. 10. Five Development Assessment Tracks Complying CodeExempt Impact EIS assessed development Merit Prohibited
  11. 11. State Significant Development
  12. 12. Code Assessment
  13. 13. Role of One Stop Shop
  14. 14. How we will work with you
  15. 15. Infrastructure to Support Growth Infrastructure will be delivered alongside housing and employment development
  16. 16. Building Regulation and Certification We are creating a significantly more robust and transparent building regulation and certification system
  17. 17. Appeals and Reviews
  18. 18. Benefits of the New Planning System • The new system will focus on growth, delivering the housing and jobs we need. • Councils will be involved in long-term planning decisions. • A one-stop-shop will coordinate approvals from multiple government agencies. • ePlanning will allow easy accessibility of planning documents, written in plain English. • The environment will be protected.
  19. 19. Implications for Mining • Strategic Planning o Permissibility o SRLUPs & AIS o Aquifer Interference Policy o Mining SEPP o Integrated Mining Policy
  20. 20. • Development Assessment o Process – DAs & Mods o Integrated decision-making o Role of Commonwealth o Gateway Process o Independent advice o Role of the PAC o Litigation Implications for Mining

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