If a development proposal manages to tick all the planning boxes but will require ongoing impact assessment and management, for example as regards land slip, and the Council is unwilling to take on that monitoring role, the development application must be refused. So says the Resource Management and Planning Appeals Tribunal in A Moon v West Tamar Council  TASRMPAT 11.
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Deemed Approvals: the effect of Dorset Council v Resource Management and Planning Appeal Tribunal  TASSC 34
The decision of the Supreme Court of Tasmania in Dorset Council v Resource Management and Planning Appeal Tribunal  TASSC 34 (Dorset’s case) clarifies the circumstances in which deemed approval arise.