Subiaco Redevelopment Regulations 1994


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    3. Exclusions from definition of development

    (1) The following works, acts and activities are declared not to constitute development for the purposes of the definition of }development~ in section 3 of the Act

    (a) the erection of a sign, including a traffic control sign or device, by a public authority or a local government authority;

    (b) the erection of a sign within a building;

    (c) the carrying out of routine work by a public authority or a local government authority including routine work on

    (i) electrical power lines or cables or any building used or associated with the supply, conversion, transformation or control of electricity;

    (ii) a drain or pipe that is part of a drainage scheme under the control of the authority;

    (iii) a road, bridge or railway; or

    (iv) land (including buildings and building improvements) set aside for public use;

    (d) the carrying out of work inside a building that is not related to a change of use of any part of the building and does not alter its external appearance;

    (e) the carrying out of work for the maintenance of any building or structure if that work does not materially affect the external appearance of the building or structure; or

    (f) the carrying out of work to which subregulation (2) applies.

    (2) This subregulation applies to work that, in the opinion of the Minister, is necessary or desirable for compliance by the Authority with any conditions

    (a) that are attached to approval of a subdivision of land given by the Minister under section 21(7) of the Act; and

    (b) that relate to

    (i) causing to be constructed to the satisfaction, and in accordance with the specifications, of the relevant local government a road or roads providing access to, or within, that land;

    (ii) making arrangements with the Water Corporation for the provision of water services to the satisfaction of the Water Corporation within that land; or

    (iii) causing to be filled or drained or filled and drained to the satisfaction, and in accordance with the specifications, of the relevant local government the whole or any part of that land.

    (3) In this regulation

    }relevant local government~, in relation to land, means the local government for the district within which the land is located;

    }routine work~ means work for the purposes of repair, maintenance or upkeep but does not include any new construction or any alteration;

    }Water Corporation~ means the body of that name established under section 4 of the Water Corporation Act 1995;

    }water service~ has the meaning given in section 3 of the Water Corporation Act 1995.

    [Regulation 3 inserted in Gazette 2 May 1997 p. 2205-6.]



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