Statutory Planning Report

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Statutory Planning1STATUTORY PLANNINGStudent by (Name)Professor’s (Name)CollegeCourseDate
Statutory Planning2STATUTORY PLANNINGIntroductionThe question relating to the crucial role of third party notice rights and review have beenone of the contemporary issues forming the contemporary debates in the urban planning anpolicies over years. In most of the jurisdictions in Victoria demands for maximum publicparticipations have influenced the planning process through a widening appeals made in thecourts of law to allow third party appeals. Even though the third party notice rights and review iscrucial many countries has not fully adopted the application of policy. The content of this paperalso forms part of the debate trying to validate “Third party notice and review rights serve acrucial role in preserving the fairness and inclusiveness of the Victorian planning system, andthis outweighs the problems that they cause.”“Third party notice and review rights serve a crucial role in preserving the fairnessand inclusiveness of the Victorian planning system, and this outweighs the problems that theycause.”The above statement according my best understanding of the planning scheme is valid.This is because the development is not and should not only be the end product but must also befair throughout the whole process. Third party notice and review rights are to best of myknowledge serve a crucial role in presenting the fairness and inclusiveness of the Victorianplanning system compared to the problems which sometimes comes with the appeals confirmed(Local Government Association of South Australia 2014). The third party notice and rightsreview provides the members of the public with an opportunity to offer their ideas to
Statutory Planning3development planning leading to citizen satisfaction. Moreover, the landowners in most of theoccasions have a very crucial and legitimate interest on the whether any development shouldoccur and the type of development that should be settled on by the government. This is becauseany new venture or development project has effects to the general neighborhood character, theavailable amenities, infrastructural and property values (Cook et.al 2012).The interest of the landowners in such situations are based on the non-pecuniary effectsbut in the most cases have proved to be important as pecuniary issues. The development processshould be equitable and where the participants in the process have the rights to appeal, the thirdparty notice and review rights should also be seen as important (Cook et.al 2012). The third partynotice and review rights is important as it makes the community a key stakeholder indevelopment planning and without the third party notice and review right the general communityis eliminated as a stakeholder in the planning and development process.The benefits which comes with the third party notice and rights review results to abetter planning decisions. Even though in most of the cases objectors do not completely win inoverturning the decision of the Australian council in the favor of the development process, butmore of the half of the issues raised by the objectors are successfully addressed adding weight tothe development confirmed (Local Government Association of South Australia 2014). Thirdparty appeals therefore do enable development proposals to be critically evaluated in moredetailed form leading to refinement of the system of planning even though this comes at a cost.Further, the application of the third party notice and rights review afford the broader base inputby increasing the debate and the capability for the local knowledge to inform the planningapprovals which leads to improved development outcomes.
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