P and E Law
Town Planning

Town planning

p&e Law have extensive town planning experience ranging from the Local Government Act 1936-1985,  the Local Government Act 1993, the Local Government Act 2009  , the Local Government (Planning and Environment) Act 1990  to the Integrated Planning Act 1997 and Sustainable Planning Act 2009   in relation to all aspects of development.

p&e Law work on development applications for applicants, Councils and submitters and provide well rounded advice looking at all sides and considering all options.

The breadth of the work starts at the strategic planning level involving review of planning documents on behalf of various parties at Commonwealth, State and local levels, through master planning for major developments on greenfield sites to duplex developments on a single site.

The advice p&e Law provides ranges from matters of due diligence for site selection, through prospects in relation to appeal work, advice on the process of government and individual conditions.

p&e Law undertake all steps in both appeal and enforcement work in the Planning and Environment Court, appearing both with and without counsel depending upon the complexity of matters and the needs of our clients.

If we can achieve appropriate outcomes for our clients through mediation or negotiation we do so.

The extent of the p&e Law practice has provided an ideal background from which to draft or review drafts relating to planning instruments, infrastructure agreements and court documents.

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