Tag Archives: judicial review

Thinking of challenging the validity of a development consent? The sooner, the better!

Generally proceedings challenging an administrative decision must be commenced within 3 months of the decision being made.  However, the Court does have the discretion to vary this time frame. Three recent decisions in the Land and Environment Court involving challenges … Continue reading

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‘Undue financial hardship’ & heritage value – the Court gets Sirius

A significant decision for the interpretation of the Heritage Act 1977 (‘Act‘) was recently made by the Land and Environment Court (‘Court‘) in Millers Point Community Assoc. Incorporated v Property NSW [2017] NSWLEC 92. The Court considered the decision of the Minister for Heritage … Continue reading

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