Monthly Archives: July 2012

Council’s liability: Dangerous recreational activities

On 28 May 2012 Latham J of the the Supreme Court of NSW delivered judgment in the case of Streller v Albury City Council [2012] NSWSC 729. The principle issue was whether the Council owed a duty of care to … Continue reading

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Owners consent and Part 3A Approvals

Justice Pain of the NSW Land and Environment Court recently considered the requirements for owners consent in respect of applications made under Part 3A  of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act (EPA Act) in the case of Hurstville City Council … Continue reading

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A new planning system for NSW

On 14 July 2012, the NSW Government released its green paper A New Planning System for New South Wales – Green Paper. The Green Paper is the NSW Government’s initial response to the recommendations of the Independent Panel that undertook a review … Continue reading

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