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Data quality statement for State Environmental Planning Policy No 21-Caravan...
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|Alternative Title||SEPP No 21 - Caravan Parks|
|Purpose||(1) The aim of this Policy is to encourage:(a) the orderly and economic use and development of land used or intended to be used as a caravan park catering exclusively or predominantly for short-term residents (such as tourists) or for long-term residents, or catering for both, and (b) the proper management and development of land so used, for the purpose of promoting the social and economic welfare of the community, and (c) the provision of community facilities for land so used, and (d) the protection of the environment of, and in the vicinity of, land so used. (2) The strategies by which that aim is to be achieved are:(a) by requiring that development consent be obtained from the local Council for development for the purposes of caravan parks, and (b) by providing that development consent may be granted that will authorise the use of sites for short-term stays (whether or not by tourists) or for long-term residential purposes, or for both, and (c) by requiring that development consent be obtained from the local Council for the subdivision of land for lease purposes under section 289K of the Local Government Act 1919.|
|Frequency of change||Not planned|
|Date of Asset Creation||1992-04-24|
|Date of Asset Revision||2022-12-04|
|License||Creative Commons Attribution 4.0|
|Temporal Coverage From||2018-03-23|
|Datum||GDA94 Geographic (Lat\Long)|
|Attribution||Department of Planning and Environment asserts the right to be attributed as author of the original material in the following manner: "© State Government of NSW and Department of Planning and Environment 2023"|