Idas form 32—Compliance assessment (Sustainable Planning Act 2009 version 2 effective 3 August 2015) This form must be used for a request for compliance assessment of a development, document or work. You Must
(Sustainable Planning Act 2009 version 3.2 effective 3 August 2015)
This form must be used for a request for compliance assessment of a development, document or work.
You MUST complete ALL questions that are stated to be a mandatory requirement unless otherwise identified on this form. You must also provide any mandatory supporting information identified on the forms as being required to accompany your request
This form must be submitted to the compliance assessor and must be accompanied by any fees required by the compliance assessor.
Attach extra pages if there is insufficient space on this form.
All terms used on this form have the meaning given in the Sustainable Planning Act 2009 (SPA) or the Sustainable Planning Regulation 2009.
This form must also be used for a request for compliance assessment of a development document or work relating to strategic port land and Brisbane core port land under the Transport Infrastructure Act 1994 and airport land under the Airport Assets (Restructuring and Disposal) Act 2008. Whenever a planning scheme is mentioned, take it to mean land use plan for the strategic port land, Brisbane core port land or airport land.
PLEASE NOTE: This form is not required to be accompanied by IDAS form 1—Application details. However other forms may be required, if they are relevant to the request and are stated to be required for compliance assessment (e.g. IDAS form 7—Reconfiguring a lot).
(e.g. subdividing one lot into two, a subdivision plan).
7. Please provide details of any related development approvals or compliance permits
Details of related development approvals or compliance permits (including any reference number for the approval or permit)
Date development approval or compliance permit was given
8. Location of the premises to which the request relates.
(Complete Table D and/or Table E as applicable, in addition to Table F. Identify each lot in a separate row.)
Table D—street address and lot for the premises or street address and lot on plan for the land adjoining or adjacent to the premises (attach a separate schedule if there is insufficient space in this table).
Street address and lot on plan (all lots must be listed)
Street address and lot on plan for the land adjoining or adjacent to the premises (appropriate for development in water, e.g. jetty, pontoon)
Lot on plan description
Local government area
(e.g. Logan, Cairns)
Street name and official suburb/ locality name
and plan no.
Planning scheme details. (If the premises involves multiple zones, clearly identify the relevant zone for each lot in a separate row in the below table. Non-mandatory.)
Table E—premises coordinates. (Appropriate for development in remote areas, over part of a lot or in water e.g. channel dredging in Moreton Bay. Note: this table is not to be used for development, documents or works involving taking or interfering with water. Table D must be used instead. Attach a separate schedule if there is insufficient space in this table.)
Coordinates (Note: place each set of coordinates in a separate row.)
area (if applicable)
Table F—is the premises listed on either the Environmental Management Register (EMR) or the Contaminated Land Register (CLR) under the Environmental Protection Act 1994?
The Building and Construction Industry (Portable Long Service Leave) Act 1991 prescribes when the portable long service leave levy is payable.
The portable long service leave levy amount and other prescribed percentages and rates for calculating the levy are prescribed in the Building and Construction Industry (Portable Long Service Leave) Regulation 2002. This levy will not apply to compliance assessment requests related to contaminated land.
The portable long service leave levy need not be paid when the request is made, but the Building and Construction Industry (Portable Long Service Leave) Act 1991 requires the levy to be paid before a compliance permit is issued.
Building and Construction Industry Notification and Payment Forms are available from any Queensland post office or agency, on request from QLeave, or can be completed on the QLeave website at www.qleave.qld.gov.au. For further information contact QLeave on 1800 803 481 or www.qleave.qld.gov.au.
Privacy—The information collected in this form will be used by the compliance assessor in accordance with the processing and assessment of your application. Your personal details will not be disclosed for a purpose outside of the IDAS process, except where required by legislation (including the Right to Information Act 2009) or as required by Parliament. This information may be stored in relevant databases. The information collected will be retained as required by the Public Records Act 2002.
The Sustainable Planning Act 2009 is administered by the Department of Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning. This form and all other required application materials should be sent to your compliance assessor and any other relevant party.