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TOWN AND REGIONAL PLANNING ACT, 1934
Particular Matters for which Provision may be made by Planning Schemes.
1. Providing for the construction of new roads, the improvement of existing roads, and the establishment of public rights of way by the responsible authority.
2. Providing for the closing or diverting of existing roads and public and private rights of way.
3. Restricting and controlling the construction of new roads and the alteration of existing roads, whether by the responsible authority or private owners.
4. Regulating the line, width, level, construction and general dimensions and character of roads, whether new or existing.
5. Enabling the responsible authority to require an owner of land, as a condition of his developing such land in any manner, either—
(a) to construct new roads or improve existing roads, or
(b) to contribute to the cost of the construction of new roads or the improvement of existing roads by the responsible authority.
6. Providing for and generally regulating the construction, or execution, whether by the responsible authority or by private owners of works incidental to the making or improvement of any road, including the erection of shelters, provision of seats, and planting and protecting of grass, trees, or shrubs on or adjoining such road.
Buildings and other Structures.
1. Regulating and controlling, either generally or in particular areas, all or any of the following matters, that is to say:—
(a) the size, character, height, spacing, and frontage line of buildings and other structures,
(b) the objects which may be affixed to structures,
(c) the extent of the yards, gardens, and curtilage of buildings and other structures,
(d) the purposes for and the manner in which structures may be used or occupied.
2. Regulating and controlling or enabling the responsible authority to regulate and control the design, colour, and materials of buildings and other structures.
3. Reserving or allocating any particular land or all land in any particular area for structures of a specified class or classes or prohibiting or restricting, either permanently or temporarily, the making of any structures or any particular class or classes of structures on any specified land.
4. Limiting the number of structures or the number of structures of a specified class which may be constructed, erected, or made on, in, or under any area.
5. Providing for the demolition or alteration of structures which are inconsistent with or obstruct the operation of the planning scheme.
1. Providing for the reservation of particular lands for use as public parks, recreation grounds, open spaces, allotments, or other particular purposes, whether public or private.
2. Providing for the preservation of views and prospects and of the amenities of places and features of natural beauty or interest.
3. Providing for the preservation of structures and objects of artistic, architectural, archæological, or historical interest.
4. Providing for the preservation or protection of forests, woods, trees, shrubs, plants, and flowers.
5. Prohibiting, restricting, or controlling, either generally or in particular places the exhibition, whether on the ground, on any structure, or any temporary erection, on any vehicle, boat or other movable object (whether on land or on or in water) or in the air, of all or any particular forms of advertisements or other public notices.
6. Preventing, remedying, or removing injury to amenities arising from the ruinous or neglected condition of any structure or by the objectionable or neglected condition of any land attached to a structure or abutting on a road or situate in a residential area.
7. Enabling the responsible authority, with the consent of the Minister, to make regulations for the prevention of injury to amenities by noise.
Providing for the undertaking, improvement, or extension by the responsible authority of public services in relation to water supply, sewage, drainage, sewage disposal, and refuse disposal or any of them.
Transport and Communication.
1. Facilitating the establishment, extension or improvement of systems of transport, whether by land, water, or air.
2. Allocating sites for use in relation to transport and providing for the reservation of land for that purpose.
3. At the request and with the co-operation of the Minister for Posts and Telegraphs, facilitating the establishment, extension, or improvement of postal, telegraphic, and telephonic communication, allocating sites for use in relation to such communication and providing for the reservation of land for that purpose.
1. Declaring the persons by whom and the manner in which the cost of the execution of works (whether of construction, demolition, removal, or alteration) in pursuance of the planning scheme are to be borne.
2. Subject to the regulations made by the Minister under this Act, declaring the notices to be served for the purposes of the planning scheme by the responsible authority and the persons on whom, the manner in which, and the times at or within which such notices are to be served.
3. Subject to this Act and the said regulations, declaring the manner in which and the times at or within which notices for the purposes of the planning scheme may be served on the responsible authority by other persons.
4. Providing for and regulating the making of agreements for the purposes of the planning scheme by the responsible authority with owners of property and other persons and by such persons with one another.