The application details and plans relating to the developments listed below may be viewed:
- On line through the NSW Planning Portal; and
- At the Lord Howe Island Board Administration Office, Bowker Ave, Lord Howe Island between 8.30am and 4:30pm, Monday to Friday (public holidays excepted) for the period indicated.
Development Applications on Exhibition
Written submissions on developments should be addressed to the Chief Executive Officer, Lord Howe Island Board, PO Box 5, Lord Howe Island NSW 2898, quoting the relevant Development Application number, and lodged with the Board between the dates specified as the Exhibition Period. If a submission is made by way of objection, the grounds of objection must be specified in the submission.
Submissions may also be lodged on line through the NSW Planning Portal
Should you lodge a submission in relation to a proposal you may be invited to attend a facilitation conference with the applicant to explore the possibility of a solution to your concerns. Please include a contact telephone or fax number with your submission. Submissions received may be read, copied and made available to the developer and other members of the public. To maintain privacy, the Board will screen personal details such as the author of representations. However, any person, under the Government Information Public Access Act 2009 and other legislation, may seek access to submissions. The Board is therefore unable to provide assurance that documents will remain confidential.
As a result of amendments to the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 and Local Government Act 1993, which commenced 1st October 2008, all relevant planning applications (eg: LEPs, Section 7.11 Plans, DCPs and development applications or modifications) and all relevant public submissions are required to disclose information relating to all reportable political donations and gifts (if any) made by any person with a financial interest in the application or submission within two (2) years before the application or submission is made and ending when the application is determined. If the political donations and gifts were made after the application or submission was made, the disclosure must be made within seven (7) days after the donations and gifts were made. The disclosure relates to:
- all reportable political donations made to any local councillor, and
- all gifts made to any elected Board member or employee
It is an offence if a disclosure of a reportable political donation or gift is not made. Note that in accordance with the Act, your disclosure will be made available for viewing to the public at the Board's Administration Office.
Development Applications Determined
In accordance with Section 4.59 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 notification is hereby given of the following development applications under assessment and those determined by The Board respectively. The Development Application determinations listed here are available for public inspection at the Board's Administration Office. The development applications are not identified as designated development.
Where the Development Application is submitted and determined on line through the Planning Portal that determination will be notified and available on the NSW Planning Portal.
If public notice of the granting of a consent or a complying development certificate is given in accordance with the regulations by a consent authority or a certifier, the validity of the consent or certificate cannot be questioned in any legal proceedings except those commenced in the Court by any person at any time before the expiration of 3 months from the date on which public notice is given.