State Environmental Planning Policy (Infrastructure) 2007
58C Complying development
(1) Development for any of the following purposes is complying development if it is carried out within the boundaries of an existing health services facility, and complies with the requirements of this clause and clause 20B—(a) a health services facility,(b) a building or place used for the training or education of health and other professionals,(c) commercial premises, providing goods or services to staff or patients of, or visitors to, a health services facility (or to staff of, or visitors to, other premises within the boundaries of a health services facility),(d) any premises to service patients or staff of, or visitors to, a health services facility (or to service staff of, or visitors to, other premises within the boundaries of a health services facility) that consist of an administration building or a car park,(e) demolition of buildings.(2) This clause does not permit the erection of any building that exceeds 12m in height or is located closer than 5m to any property boundary (or an addition to a building resulting in the building exceeding that height or being closer than that distance to any property boundary).(3) The footprint of any building demolished under this clause must not exceed 250m2.(4) Demolition of a building under this clause is not complying development if the building is within a heritage conservation area.Note.Certain development on bush fire prone land (such as a hospital) is not complying development (see section 100B of the Rural Fires Act 1997).