State Environmental Planning Policy (Infrastructure) 2007
Current version for 26 June 2020 to date (accessed 6 August 2020 at 02:50)
Part 3 Division 11
Division 11 Public authority precincts
58G   Land to which Division applies
This Division applies to land identified on the State Significant Development Sites Map, within the meaning of State Environmental Planning Policy (State and Regional Development) 2011, as being within any of the following sites—
(a)  Barangaroo Site,
(b)  Darling Harbour Site,
(c)  Sydney Olympic Park Site,
(d)  The Rocks Site.
58H   Exempt development
(1)  Development for any of the following purposes is exempt development if it is carried out by or on behalf of a public authority on land to which this Division applies—
(a)  roads, cycleways, pedestrian bridges, at grade car parks, ticketing facilities and viewing platforms,
(b)  recreation facilities (outdoor), other than grandstands,
(c)  amenity facilities, including toilets, change rooms and food preparation and related facilities for persons using public spaces within the site,
(d)  information boards and other information facilities (except visitor centres),
(e)  lighting if the lighting minimises light spill and artificial sky glow in accordance with AS/NZS 1158 Set:2010, Lighting for roads and public spaces Set,
(f)  maintenance depots used solely for the maintenance of the land or structures within the site,
(g)  environmental management works,
(h)  landscaping, including landscape structures or features (such as art work) and irrigation systems (whether or not they use recycled water),
(i)  Christmas trees that comply with subclause (2),
(j)  demolition of buildings (unless the building is a State or local heritage item or is within a heritage conservation area) so long as the footprint of the building covers an area no greater than 250 square metres.
(2)  The erection, installation or display of Christmas trees is subject to the following requirements—
(a)  subject to paragraph (b), the trees must be no more than 4.5m in height, except that one Christmas tree of no more than 20m in height may be erected on each site to which this Division applies,
(b)  the trees must be structurally stable with adequate footings or attachments,
(c)  the trees must not be displayed before 15 November in any year and must not be displayed for more than 8 continuous weeks,
(d)  the erection or installation of a Christmas tree may start 1 week before the display starts and must be removed during the week following the 8 week display period.