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4.2 Application of the Priority infrastructure plan

4.2.1 Purpose

The Priority infrastructure plan states the basis for:

(a) a condition the local government may impose for the following:
(i) necessary trunk infrastructure(1);
(ii) additional trunk infrastructure costs(2);
(b) a condition a State infrastructure provider may impose for the following:
(i) protecting or maintaining the safety or efficiency of the provider’s infrastructure network(3);
(ii) additional infrastructure costs(4);
(iii) protecting or maintaining the safety and efficiency of public passenger transport;
(c) an infrastructure agreement to be negotiated with the local government for the provision of trunk infrastructure to service development in the planning scheme area which is not subject to or is exempt development under the Act.

Editor’s note—

(1) See Section 649 (Conditions local governments may impose for necessary trunk infrastructure) of the Act.

(2) See Section 650 (Conditions local governments may impose for additional trunk infrastructure costs) of the Act.

(3) See Section 653 (Conditions State infrastructure provider may impose) of the Act.

(4) See Section 655 (Requirements for conditions about additional infrastructure costs) of the Act.

4.2.2 Development inconsistent with assumptions about future development

Development is inconsistent with the assumptions about:

(a) the type and location of development, if:
(i) for premises completely or partly outside the priority infrastructure area; or
(ii) for premises wholly within the priority infrastructure area, where the type of development of the premises as stated in section 4.3.7 (Development categories and planning scheme uses) is not planned to occur in that location under the planning scheme identified in section 4.1.3 (Relationship to planning scheme) and Map A1 Priority Infrastructure Area; or
(b) the scale of the development, if the density and demand of the development of the premises exceeds the planned density and demand for the development of the premises as stated in section 4.3.10 (Assumed scale of development) and section 4.3.15 (Planned demand); or
(c) the timing of development, if the development results in trunk infrastructure being supplied earlier than planned for in the schedule of works for trunk infrastructure in section 4.6.2 (Schedule of works).

4.2.3 Development in the planning scheme area not subject to the Sustainable Planning Act 2009

The Priority infrastructure plan states, for the purpose of the negotiation of an infrastructure agreement with the local government, planning assumptions for development which is not subject to or is exempt development under the Act such as the following:

(a) development under the South Bank Corporation Act 1989;
(b) development of strategic port land under the Transport Infrastructure Act 1994;
(c) development under the Economic Development Act 2012;
(d) development under the Airports Act 1996;
(e) development of a Commonwealth place.
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