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POLICY QL13A - Enabling Development

Enabling Development will only be permitted where:

  1. the enabling development will secure the long term future of the heritage asset;
  2. it is demonstrated that the amount of enabling development is the minimum necessary to secure the long term future of the heritage asset, and that its form minimises negative effects;
  3. the enabling development will not materially detract from the archaeological, architectural, historic, landscape or biodiversity interest of the asset, or materially harm its setting;
  4. the proposal avoids detrimental fragmentation of management of the heritage asset;
  5. the need for the development arises from the inherent needs of the heritage asset, rather than the circumstances of the present owner or the purchase price paid;
  6. it can be demonstrated that sufficient financial assistance is not available from any other source; and
  7. the value to the community of the resulting development and the survival or enhancement of the heritage asset outweighs the long-term cost to the community of providing the enabling development.

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