Owners’ Consent and State Resource Evidence

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Bowie, L.M., Planning Institute of Australia, Part 1 of the series ‘How to make a properly made development application under the Sustainable Planning Act 2009’, presented 8 February 2011 (Brisbane) and 18 March 2011 (Townsville).

Queensland has a long history of requiring owners’ consents, as well as resource consents, as a prerequisite to progressing a development application. The various Acts and systems involved in obtaining the necessary requirements have become fiendishly complex with room for various types of errors, that can easily invalidate an approval.  This paper looks at the consequences of non-compliance and examines the specific requirements for owners’ consents and resource consents.

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