Fun SEPP Explanation of Intended Effect – on exhibition until Monday 22 November
The Department of Planning, Industry & Environment has released a series of proposed changes to the Exempt & Complying Codes SEPP for public comment through an Explanation of Intended Effect (EIE). The “Fun SEPP” aims to:
- clarify the exempt development standards for temporary private and community events
- extend the number of days for filming as exempt development
- a complying development pathway to allow a change of use of premises to artisan food and drink industry in certain circumstances, including development standards
- a complying development pathway to allow a change of use of retail premises to small live music or arts venues, including developments standards and amendments to the Building Code of Australia
- make some of the COVID emergency measures for food trucks and dark kitchens
Visit the Planning Portal for more information and to have your say.
The exhibition runs until 22 November 2021. All feedback received during the exhibition period is considered and informs the department’s final decision.