Development contract are required to be lodged with all neighbourhood schemes and are optional with community and precinct schemes. All development contracts should be prepared in accordance with Approved form 27 (PDF 93 KB) with the relevant wording changed for community and neighbourhood schemes.
The first page of the contract contains a warning as required by clause 30 Community Land Development Regulation 2007. It also includes information regarding the environmental plan, development consent and who is bound by the contract.
Subsequent pages include Part 1, Part 2 and an undertaking by the original proprietor. The final page is Part 3 and contains signatures and consents. If the original proprietor intends to carry out further development Part 1 and Part 2 must be completed by providing the appropriate information.
This part will provide a description of the development and must address the headings indicated in schedule 2 Community Land Development Act 1989 and in Approved Form 27.
- Description of the land.
- Theme and architectural design.
- Pictorial representation.
The approved form gives directions for what should be included under each of the above headings.
This part is headed Original Proprietors Rights and Undertakings. It is to provide details of the requirements to enable the future developments and constructions.
Undertaking by the original proprietor
If the original proprietor does not intend to provide any further development the original proprietor should complete the undertaking and Part 1 and Part 2 should be left blank.
This part is for the provision of the signature of the original proprietor or his authorised agent and a witness. There is also a certificate of approval from the consent authority which must be completed.