Clarence Valley Contributions Plan 2011

Clarence Valley Contributions Plan 2011

Council’s principal development contributions plan is the Clarence Valley Contributions Plan 2011. This plan authorises the Consent Authority (usually Council) to levy “section 7.11” contributions that will be applied by the Council towards the cost of providing local infrastructure in the Council area.

The following types of local infrastructure are covered by this Plan:

  • Community facilities, including neighbourhood, community and youth centres, and library and art gallery upgrades
  • Open space and recreation facilities, including new and upgraded parks, sportsfields, foreshore and other recreation areas.

This Plan commenced on 16 November 2011 and sets out the general formula used to determine the reasonable Section 94 contributions required from expected or anticipated types of development in the Council area. The Clarence Valley Contributions Plan 2011 can be downloaded below.

Other Development Contributions Plans

Council has also prepared and adopted the following development contributions plans.

James Creek Urban Growth area Road Infrastructure Developer Contributions Plan - this plan authorises Council or an accredited certifier to levy contributions from residential subdivision and development for the provision of identified road infrastructure within the James Creek Growth area. The plan is available for downloading below.

West Yamba Urban Release Area Road Infrastructure Developer Contributions Plan - this plan authorises Council or an accredited certifier to levy contributions from residential subdivision and development for the provision of identified road infrastructure within the West Yamba Urban Release Area. The plan is available for downloading below.

A number of older development contributions plans from the former Council’s that comprise the Clarence Valley Council are still applicable. Please contact Council’s Strategic Planning section on 66430200 for further details.

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