State Environmental Plans (SEPPs) contain state-wide standard development provisions and cover:
- most types of exempt and complying development,
- requirements for energy and water efficient development,
- provision of, and interaction with, infrastructure,
- design quality of residential flat buildings, and
- housing for seniors and people with disabilities.
A SEPP overrides or may modify the provisions of a Local Environmental Plan (LEP).
This page was last updated on: 12 September 2017