The Land Division has assisted a number of clients with Appeals (Application for Review) at the State Administrative Tribunal (SAT) in regards to cash in lieu of Public Open Space (POS) contributions. From these test cases we have developed a detailed understanding as to whether a reduction to the standard 10% POS contribution can potentially be achieved resulting in significant developer savings. Should your WAPC subdivision approval include a condition relating to a cash in lieu of POS contribution (even from a competitor), feel free to contact us.
There has been a huge spike in corner lot subdivisions in recent years particularly with various rule chang
In January 2020 TLD prepared a submission to Treasury in regards to ideas to incentivise residential dwelli
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