Saturday, 17 December 2011

Check out what DA are going on NSW "great peaking"

Check out what DA are going on
CLICK LINK
http://majorprojects.planning.nsw.gov.au/index.pl?action=search&status_id=6

have a peak around these sites location etc
QUESTION yourself
is their anything nearby that would benefit from this development?

OK HERE YOU GO HERE IS SOME GOLD




















look at Byron Bay land release
https://majorprojects.affinitylive.com/public/f7acedea099b244256bb058d89089132/Clause%208%20Decision%20-%20Gazettal%20notice.pdf

go to this page here
feed://majorprojects.planning.nsw.gov.au/index.pl?action=search&status_id=6&rss=1
now on right hand side click subscribe in mail

























this will link into your e-mail server on Mac Mail (pc ???go buy a mac)
now look down on Mac Mail list under heading RSS









now when page updates you will see in your RSS feed...




Introduction

Welcome to the Department of Planning and Infrastructure's development assessment tracking system.
This tracking system allows you to:
  • find out information on development proposals which are currently being assessed by the Department
  • make submissions on development proposals which are on exhibition
  • find out about determinations (i.e. approvals and refusals) by the Minister for Planning, Planning Assessment Commission (PAC) or the Department.
Applications in the tracking system fall under the following categories:
  • State Significant Development (SSD)
  • State Significant Infrastructure (SSI)
  • Transitional Major Projects (former Part 3A of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 (EP&A Act) (now repealed but some existing applications under this assessment regime)
  • Other development assessed under Part 4 EP&A Act (including advertising signage and developments in the ski resort areas of the Snowy Mountains)
  • Modifications to approvals of the above.
The applications listed in the tracking systemare at various stages of assessment. For instance, some are at an early stage of assessment and only preliminary documents have been lodged. The publishing of these documents allows community members to be aware of a proposal at this early stage before it is formally placed on exhibition for public comment.
The Department recommends use of the search function at the bottom left-hand corner of the page, to find out information about specific development proposals.
For an overview of the State Significant assessment systems, please click here.
For projects that are currently on public exhibition, please click here.
For projects that are currently before the PAC for determination, please click here.