Principles of Planning Law
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|Format: ||Paperback, 382 pages|
|Published In: ||Australia, 03 December 2007|
Principles of Planning Law discusses the principles that underlie planning law in Australia. Rather than focusing entirely on the statutory regime of planning in each State/Territory, it considers the decisions of courts and statutes and relates the principles to the particular Australian planning systems by way of example. The book goes behind the decisions to critically examine the issues in the system both where planning schemes may have gone wrong or are confused in different areas and where planning and planning law has emerged in different forms in each State and Territory.
Table of Contents
1. Underpinnings of planning law2. Planning system regimes3. Policy in planning law4. Development control5. Relevant considerations in planning law6. Amenity, need and public interest7. Conditions8. Appeals and judicial review
About the Author
Leslie Stein is formerly Chief Counsel, Sydney Metropolitan Strategy, NSW Government, Chairman of the Town Planning Appeal Tribunal, WA, Special Counsel for Planning, Freehills, Sydney, a Planning Barrister at the WA Bar and Associate Professor of Law at UWA. Currently, the author is a Fellow in the Planning Research Centre at the University of Sydney.
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