Regular readers of this column will be familiar with the profound impact that the recently introduced residential zones have had on future development. However, the new NRZ, with its prohibitions on certain types of development including more than two dwellings in many instances, has wreaked havoc when it comes to extending timeframes and amending planning permits granted before these zones were introduced.
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At the risk of sounding like a broken record, Clause 1 yet again has more dismaying changes to Victorian Planning Schemes to report to BDAV members.
Regular readers of BDAV News will be aware despite the fanfare surrounding the introduction of the three new residential zones back in July 2014, many Councils are yet to make a full transition from interim ‘neutral conversion’ (General Residential Zone) to their preferred zones and schedules.