These pages describe appeals that can be made to the Court against a consent authority’s determination concerning certain kinds of residential development and other developments that are referred to in
s 34AA of the
Land and Environment Court Act 1979.
Development types covered here are:
The Court refers to these types of development as residential development. Appeals concerning residential development are dealt with by a particular process. This involves two steps: first, a conciliation between the parties and second, if the parties cannot resolve the matter by conciliation, a hearing and a decision by the Court.
The Court can also order proceedings in other classes to be dealt with in this way (see
s 34AA(1)(b)). These pages outline:
Use the links in the boxes on the
left side of your screen to follow the steps in the development appeals process.