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State Environmental Planning Policy (Infrastructure) 2007
Current version for 26 June 2020 to date (accessed 9 August 2020 at 01:46)
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.