Local Provisions Schedules (LPSs), together with the State Planning Provisions (SPPs), form the Tasmanian Planning Scheme for a municipal area. There are to be 29 LPSs across Tasmania. This is an assessment of a LPS to determine if it meets the LPS criteria under section 34 the Land Use Planning and Approvals Act 1993.
Commission receives draft LPS from the planning authority under section 35(1)
Latrobe planning authority submitted a draft LPS to the Commission. The Commission will consider the draft LPS against the LPS criteria.
LPS post lodgement conference (non-statutory)
The Commission held a non-statutory conference with the planning authority to discuss the matters set out in the agenda published below.Post lodgement conference list of matters discussed 29 May 2020
On 15 December 2021, the Commission directed the Latrobe planning authority to exhibit the draft LPS. The planning authority has yet to submit a section 35F report into representations on the draft LPS.
Exhibition of draft LPS
The draft LPS is on exhibition during this period. All exhibition documents are available below, on the planning authority’s website and available to view in person at the:
Latrobe Council offices, 170 Gilbert Street, Latrobe (Monday to Friday); and
Tasmanian Planning Commission offices, Level 3, 144 Macquarie Street, Hobart (Monday to Friday).,
The draft LPS references ‘Australian Standard AS 2700-1996 Colour Standards for General Purposes’ and ‘Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 1547:2012 On-site domestic waste water management’ as Applied, Adopted or Incorporated Documents. The documents are licensed and payment is required to view and download the documents on the SAI Global website. You can view a hard copy of the Australian Standard and the Australian/New Zealand Standard at the Council or Commission offices.
You can make a representation on the draft LPS to Latrobe Council during the public exhibition period. For details on how to make a representation, please contact the Council.
Do not send your representation to the Commission.