Environmental Planning Instrument - Additional Rural Village Land

The data represents Additional Rural Village Land for Environmental Planning Instrument.

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Metadata template type Vector
Asset type Dataset
Alternative Title EPI - Additional Rural Village Land
Metadata date 08/11/2018
Date created 08/11/2018
Purpose The aims of this EPI are as follows:(a) to identify and facilitate the orderly and economic use and development of additional village rural lands for rural and related purposes,(b) to identify the Rural village Planning Principles and the Rural Subdivision Principles so as to assist in the proper management, development and protection of rural village lands for the purpose of promoting the social, economic and environmental welfare of the State,(c) to implement measures designed to reduce land use conflicts,(d) to identify agricultural land for the purpose of ensuring the ongoing viability of agriculture on that land, having regard to social, economic and environmental considerations,(e) to amend provisions of other environmental planning instruments relating to concessional lots in rural subdivisions.
License Creative Commons Attribution
Update frequency Data is updated as deemed necessary
OEH service DPE Service
Keywords HUMAN-ENVIRONMENT-Planning
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Equivalent Scale 320000
Geospatial Topic Environment
Temporal Coverage From 23/03/2018
Datum GDA94 Geographic (Lat\Long)
Landing page https://www.planningportal.nsw.gov.au/opendata/dataset/epi-protection-additional-rural-village-land
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