State Environmental Planning Policy (Primary Production and Rural Development) 2019

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Alternative Title SEPP (Primary Production and Rural Development) 2019
Metadata Date 28/02/2019
Date Created 28/02/2019
Edition 1
Purpose The aims of this Policy are as follows:(a) to facilitate the orderly economic use and development of lands for primary production,(b) to reduce land use conflict and sterilisation of rural land by balancing primary production, residential development and the protection of native vegetation, biodiversity and water resources,(c) to identify State significant agricultural land for the purpose of ensuring the ongoing viability of agriculture on that land, having regard to social, economic and environmental considerations,(d) to simplify the regulatory process for smaller-scale low risk artificial waterbodies, and routine maintenance of artificial water supply or drainage, in irrigation areas and districts, and for routine and emergency work in irrigation areas and districts,(e) to encourage sustainable agriculture, including sustainable aquaculture,(f) to require consideration of the effects of all proposed development in the State on oyster aquaculture,(g) to identify aquaculture that is to be treated as designated development using a well-defined and concise development assessment regime based on environment risks associated with site and operational factors.
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
Update Frequency Data is updated as deemed necessary

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Equivalent Scale 320000
Geospatial Topic Environment
Language English
Temporal Coverage From 23/03/2018
Datum GDA94 Geographic (Lat\Long)
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