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Planning system indicators program
The planning system indicators program
collects and analyses statistical data on statutory actions and decisions related to planning and development. The resulting indicators are a measure of the number and timeliness of actions and decisions in areas such as development assessment, statutory referrals, appeals and compliance.
The program is administered by the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure, as required under regulation 115 of the Development Regulations 2008
The data is supplied quarterly by councils and their development assessment panels, state government agencies involved in consultation and referrals, the Development Assessment Commission, private building certifiers and the Environment, Resources and Development (ERD) Court.
The purpose of the indicators is to identify where and how adjustments in policies, legislation and administration could lead to greater efficiencies in the planning system.
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The Development Regulations 2008
set out the statutory time requirements development assessment
(PDF 20KB) for all development assessment decisions. For an alternative version of this document see Planning contacts
The timelines for development plan amendments are set out in the statement of intent for each development plan amendment signed by the council and the Minister. For more information see development plans and their use
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DownloadsSystem indicator questions