DRAFT TASMAN LOCAL PROVISIONS SCHEDULE
The Tasmanian Planning Scheme (TPS) will apply across the whole State. It will replace the current planning schemes that operate in each Council area.
The TPS is made up of the State Planning Provisions (SPP’s) and a Local Provisions Schedule (LPS) for each council area. The SPP’s have been approved by the Minister for Planning.
For information on the TPS, please visit the State Government’s planning reform website here.
The Tasman draft LPS was exhibited from 11 January 2021 to 15 March 2021. Exhibition documents are provided below.
At its June meeting, Council acting as the Planning Authority consider each representation received. The associated report can be viewed in the Council agenda and minutes section of the report and is provided below under ‘exhibition documents’. The associated s35G report is provided at the end of this page.
Report on Representations Received 23-June-2021-Agenda-LPS Extract
The mapbooks can be viewed through the interactive tool available here
SOURCE PRIORITY VEGEGATION OVERLAY DATA
The initial regional ecosystem model mapping is available via the online mapping tool above. This initial mapping has been modified into the draft overlay.
STATE PLANNING PROVISIONS
The SPP’s were made by the Minister in February 2017, with minor amendments subsequently.
The SPP’s set out the way the planning scheme operates, the zones that can be applied to land and the planning rules for use and development that occurs within those zones. The SPP’s also include planning rules in codes, relating to matters that occur across various zones. The intent of the TPS is to achieve as much consistency as possible in the planning rules that apply across the State.
The SPP’s are attached here:
The Tasman draft LPS includes some specific area plans, site specific qualifications and code applying provisions that are currently operating in the Tasman Interim Planning Scheme 2015. These provisions have been approved by the Minister for Planning to transition into the Tasman draft LPS under Schedule 6 of the Act.
The draft LPS references ‘Australian Standard AS 1537-2012-On-Site Domestic Wastewater Management’ as an Applied, Adopted or Incorporated Document. This is a licensed document and payment is required to view and download the document on the SAI Global website. You can view a hard copy of the Australian Standard at the Council or Commission offices.
SECTION 35G REPORT
The following report follows the June 2021 consideration of representations received.