For almost 20 years, the State Environmental Planning Policy (SEPP) for the Remediation of Land 'SEPP 55' and the associated 'Managing Contaminated Land Planning Guidelines' have provided the planning framework for the management of contaminated land in NSW.
Now the guidelines have been reviewed and an Explanation of Intended Effect (EIE) for a new SEPP prepared, as part of a review program by the NSW Government.
The EIE sets out how the proposed SEPP will:
Director, Housing Approvals and Policy
Department of Planning and Environment
GPO Box 39
All submissions will be made public in line with the department’s objective to promote an open and transparent planning system. If you do not want your name published, please state this clearly at the top of your submission. Please read this privacy statement before making a submission. The right to not publish selected submissions, in full or part, is reserved.
For more information go to the FAQs SEPP Review Program Remediation of Land Planning Reform Package (PDF, 78.3 KB), email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 1300 305 695. For translation services phone 131 450.
Page last updated: 15/02/2018