State Environmental Planning Policy (Infrastructure) 2007
Current version for 26 June 2020 to date (accessed 9 August 2020 at 01:50)
Part 3 Division 10 Clause 58B
58B   Exempt development
(1)  Any of the following development is exempt development if it is carried out within the boundaries of an existing health services facility and complies with clause 20—
(a)  development for the purposes of roads and cycleways,
(b)  development for the purposes of information boards and other information facilities (except for visitors’ centres),
(c)  development for the purposes of lighting, if light spill and artificial sky glow is minimised in accordance with the Lighting for Roads and Public Spaces Standard,
(d)  development for the purposes of landscaping, including landscape structures or features (such as art work) and irrigation systems,
(e)  development for the purposes of maintenance depots used solely for the maintenance of a health services facility (or of any other premises within the boundaries of a health services facility),
(f)  environmental management works,
(g)  the removal and replacement, or pruning, of a tree if—
(i)  the tree has been assessed by a Level 5 qualified arborist as posing a risk to human health or safety, or a risk of damage to infrastructure, and
(ii)  in the case of removal and replacement of a tree, the replacement tree is planted within the boundaries of the health services facility and is capable of achieving a mature height of 3 metres or more.
(2)  In this clause, Level 5 qualified arborist means an arborist with a minimum AQF Level 5 in Arboriculture under the Australian Qualifications Framework (within the meaning of section 7 of the Higher Education Act 2001).