Version 2 - Current Planning Scheme
- Citation and commencement
- Part 1 About the planning scheme
- Part 2 State planning provisions
- Part 3 Strategic framework
- Part 4 Local Government Infrastructure Plan (LGIP)
- Part 5 Tables of assessment
- Part 6 Zones
- Part 7 Local plans
- Part 8 Overlays
- Part 9 Development codes
- Part 10 Other plans
- Schedule 1 Definitions
- Schedule 2 Mapping
- Schedule 3 Local Government Infrastructure Plan (LGIP) mapping and tables
- Schedule 4 Notations required under the Planning Act 2016
- Schedule 5 Land designated for community infrastructure
- Schedule 6 Planning scheme policies
8.2.8 Hazardous activities
This code applies to development where the code is identified as applicable in the table of assessment for the Hazardous activities overlay code. When using this code, reference should be made to section 5.3.2 and where applicable, section 5.3.3 located in Part 5.
- The purpose of the Hazardous activities overlay code is to protect community health, safety and sensitive land uses from the impacts of former landfill sites, former mining activities and from contaminated land.
- The purpose of the code will be achieved through the following overall outcomes:
- Sensitive land uses are protected from risks associated with disused underground mines, tunnels and shafts, landfill and refuse sites and contaminated land.
184.108.40.206 Assessment benchmarks
Table 220.127.116.11.1—Accepted development subject to requirements and assessable development
|Performance outcomes||Acceptable outcomes|
|Development within a former mined area|
Development is not at risk of:
Buildings are not located within:
Shafts or tunnel entries are sealed to prevent accidental entry.
|For all assessable development|
|Development on former landfill and refuse sites or on contaminated land |
Note—A validation report that demonstrates land has been appropriately remediated may be required in responding to this performance outcome. This can only be prepared and certified by suitably qualified person as defined in Part 3 of the Environmental Protection Act 1994.
|No acceptable outcome is nominated.|