Planning Law (PLAN9062)

UNIT OF STUDY

This unit aims to develop an understanding of planning law that enables competent professional practice in addressing a range of complex planning issues. Students will be able to prepare reports on practical planning issues that demonstrate: knowledge of how planning intentions are implemented through policies, instruments and controls; knowledge of how planning law shapes practice; knowledge of instrumental arrangements and environmental planning procedures; knowledge of the main characteristics of well-reasoned and well-structured documents; awareness of the importance of evidence and argument in preparing planning proposals, for example, about planning instruments and development applications; and a general understanding of techniques for community consultation.

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Classes

Lecture 2 hrs/wk

Assessment

Local Government Decision-making Report, Court Decision-making Report, and Heritage Decision-making Report (100%)

Faculty/department permission required?

No

Unit of study rules

Prohibitions

PLAN9021

Corequisites

PLAN9061

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