Development Applications are assessed by different panels depending on their size and complexity, regional significance, or other special considerations. If an application is refused the applicant can ask for a review of the determination. The review is assessed by a different panel or by another authority.
An internal body that has delegated authority to make decisions on development applications and other related applications of local significance.
The NSW Government has made local planning panels mandatory to make the process of assessment and determination of DAs more transparent and ...
Developments over $30 million and/or regional significance it will be referred by Council to the Sydney North Planning Panel for determination
Information on former panels including MIAP, WDAP, WDRP, IHAP, DU, DAU, ADP