State Environmental Planning Policy (Infrastructure) 2007
Current version for 26 June 2020 to date (accessed 6 August 2020 at 03:34)
Part 3 Division 26
Division 26 Special provisions
130   Complying development—connections to Sydney and Hunter water supply and sewerage
(1)  Development (including any associated earthworks or demolition) involved in installing a pipeline is complying development if the pipeline—
(a)  connects to a relevant utility operator’s water reticulation system and supplies water to land on which the whole or part of the development is carried out, or
(b)  connects to a relevant utility operator’s sewage reticulation system and collects and conveys sewage from land on which the whole or part of the development is carried out.
(2)  Development is complying development under this clause only if—
(a)  the development complies with clause 20B (General requirements for complying development), and
(b)  the development is carried out by a person who is neither a relevant utility operator nor acting on behalf of a relevant utility operator, and
(c)  the pipeline is—
(i)  no more than 375mm in diameter and no more than 1km in length, and
(ii)  if more than 500m in length—installed no more than 6m below ground level (existing), and
(d)  the land on which the development is carried out is not an environmentally sensitive area within the meaning of State Environmental Planning Policy (Exempt and Complying Development Codes) 2008.
(3)  In this clause—
relevant utility operator means the Sydney Water Corporation or the Hunter Water Corporation.
131   Complying development certificate—additional conditions for connections to Sydney and Hunter sewerage and water supply
(1)  A complying development certificate for development referred to in clause 130 is subject to the conditions specified in this clause (in addition to the conditions set out in clause 20C).
(2) Compliance with requirements of the Sydney Water Corporation or the Hunter Water Corporation Any relevant requirements of the Sydney Water Corporation or the Hunter Water Corporation in relation to the development must be complied with.
(3) Notification of adjoining owners The person having the benefit of the complying development certificate must give at least 7 days’ notice in writing of the intention to commence the works to the owner or occupier of any dwelling that is situated within 20m of the lot on which the works will be carried out.
(4) Earthworks If any earthworks are carried out—
(a)  those earthworks (including any structural support, or other related structure for the purposes of the development) must not redirect the flow of any surface or ground water or cause sediment to be transported onto an adjoining property, and
(b)  those earthworks (including any structural support, or other related structure for the purposes of the development) must not cause a danger to life or property or damage to any adjoining building or structure on the lot or to any building or structure on any adjoining lot, and
(c)  any excavation must be carried out in accordance with Excavation Work, Code of Practice (ISBN 978 0 642 78544 2), published in March 2015 by Safe Work Australia, and
(d)  any fill brought to the site must contain only virgin excavated natural material (within the meaning of Schedule 1 to the Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997).
(5) Demolition Any demolition work must be carried out in accordance with Australian Standard AS 2601—2001, The demolition of structures.
132   Dog-proof fences in Western Division of State
(1)  Development on prescribed land for the purpose of an existing dog-proof fence, including any of the following development, may be carried out by any person without consent—
(a)  maintenance or reconstruction of such a fence,
(b)  the laying of a clay surface alongside the fence to stabilise it and any associated excavation of earth.
(2)  In this clause—
dog-proof fence, Queensland Border Fence and South Australian Border Fence have the same meanings as in the Border Fence Maintenance Act 1921.
prescribed land means land in the Western Division that is in the vicinity of the Queensland Border Fence or the South Australian Border Fence.
Western Division has the same meaning as in the Crown Land Management Act 2016.