Sustainable Planning Act 2009
Transitioning from the Integrated Planning Act to the Sustainable Planning Act
The transitional provisions have been designed to minimise disruption and to ensure that all processes commenced under the Integrated Planning Act 1997 (IPA) can be completed under the IPA. All applications lodged prior to 18 December 2009 will be assessed using the IPA process. All applications lodged on or after 18 December will be assessed using the SPA process.
Local planning schemes made under IPA will remain in effect until they are updated. All new planning schemes or schemes amended to come into effect after 18 December 2009 will need to comply with SPA.
A comprehensive guide, From IPA to SPA ( 500 KB), outlining what's changed and a summary of the Act, Your guide to the Sustainable Planning Act 2009, are also available.
Find out more about the transition to the Sustainable Planning Act.
Chapter 8A of the Sustainable Planning Act 2009: urban encroachment provisions register of premises
The urban encroachment provisions of the SPA commenced in February 2012. The provisions enable particular premises to register for protection from specific nuisance actions brought by encroaching intensifying urban development.
Registration can be sought by existing industries and particular activities with significant economic, heritage or infrastructure values to the state, regional, local area or community within which they are situated.
Registration of Milton Brewery
Name of the premises:
Castlemaine Perkins Pty Limited
185 Milton Road
Lot 35 Plan SL805565
View a map of the affected area ( 2.19 MB)
The registration ends on 27 April 2019.
Note: The existing protection for Milton Brewery was transferred to SPA, and Milton Brewery is taken to be premises registered under Chapter 8A, part 3 of the SPA.