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Lindsay Taylor Lawyers | Australia | 23 Jan 2020

Enforcement Issues in Merit Appeals - What are the limits?

A recent decision in the Land and Environment Court (Court) highlights a potential stumbling block for councils when taking enforcement action. The


K&L Gates | Australia | 10 Jan 2020

Court Gives Effect to Strata Renewal Plan

The NSW Land & Environment Court (Court) has handed down the first decision to give effect to a strata renewal plan (SRP) for the collective sale of


Corrs Chambers Westgarth | Australia, South Africa | 19 Dec 2019

Mining Sector Update: December Edition 2019

On 25 November 2019, ASX-listed Panoramic Resources Limited, a Metals, mining and exploration company, recommended to its shareholders to avoid


Lindsay Taylor Lawyers | Australia | 13 Dec 2019

Correcting duplicity in criminal charges for daily limit contraventions

A recent decision of the Land and Environment Court highlights the considerations that arise when amending charges defective because of duplicity. A


Lindsay Taylor Lawyers | Australia | 3 Dec 2019

Court reduces monetary contribution for material public benefit required by works condition of consent

In the recent case of Beaini Projects Pty Ltd v Cumberland Council 2019 NSWLEC 1547, the Land and Environment Court used its power under s 7.13(3)


Corrs Chambers Westgarth | Australia | 29 Nov 2019

Investing in the Australian Petroleum Industry: Second Edition

The petroleum industry has always been characterised by its unique blend of risk and opportunity. It is an industry of pioneers and innovators, as


Herbert Smith Freehills | Australia | 6 Nov 2019

NSW Government to prohibit development consent conditions relating to Scope 3 emissions

The NSW Government has introduced the Environmental Planning and Assessment Amendment (Territorial Limits) Bill 2019 (NSW) (Bill) into the NSW


Clayton Utz | Australia | 31 Oct 2019

NSW Government excludes scope 3 emissions from mining assessment

If passed, the new Bill will likely ease the approval of mining projects in NSW, although the impacts from GHG emissions are only one of a multitude


Mills Oakley | Australia | 7 Oct 2019

The release of the Draft Design and Building Practitioners Bill 2019: Parliament to pass new laws on building design by November 2019

The rules governing the construction of new buildings are set to become more complex. The NSW government has released a draft law proposing a new


Corrs Chambers Westgarth | Australia | 5 Sep 2019

Environmental offences: NSW Criminal Court of Appeal decision broadens the definition of 'waste'

A recent NSW Criminal Court of Appeal (CCA) decision has significantly changed the interpretation and application of waste classifications and

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