Recent Court of Appeal decisions about development assessment under the Planning Act 2016
The “trilogy” of Bell v Brisbane City Council, Gold Coast City Council v K & K (GC) Pty Ltd and Redland City Council v King of Gifts (Qld) Pty Ltd expressed the Court of Appeal’s views about carrying out assessment of impact assessable development applications made under the Sustainable Planning Act 2009 (SPA).
Following the repeal of the SPA over three years ago, the Planning and Environment Court has delivered many judgments under the Planning Act 2016 (PA). Guidance from the Court of Appeal about carrying out assessment of impact assessable development applications made under the PA has not been available until late last year when it delivered decisions in Brisbane City Council v YQ Property Pty Ltd, Abeleda & Anor v Brisbane City Council & Anor and Wilhelm v Logan City Council & Ors.
This seminar will discuss the Court of Appeal’s recent judgments and consider the practical implications for assessing development applications.
- Danny Gore QC, Barrister-at-law
- Mitchel Batty, Barrister-at-law
- Chris Buckley, Principal, Buckley Planning
SEMINAR CHAIR: Robyn Lamb, Senior Associate, HopgoodGanim
Please note, the registration prices below EXCLUDE GST. GST will be added during the payment process.
Please note - due to COVID19 restrictions, venues have strict capacity limits.
The "in person" tickets have sold out.
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