State Planning Policy 3.6 - Development contributions for infrastructure

The policy sets out the principles and considerations that apply to development contributions for the provision of infrastructure in new and established urban areas, and the form, content and process to be followed.

Local governments indicated that they needed more guidance on the scope and framework for development contributions. The development industry also pointed to the need for greater consistency and transparency in charging developers because of the potential impacts on housing affordability and to avoid inequities arising from new residents subsidising existing residents.

Submissions closed on 25 November 2016 for Draft State Planning Policy 3.6 – Development Contributions for Infrastructure

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