New South Wales variations
Application of New South Wales variations
This Appendix contains variations for application in New South Wales as follows:
NSW Schedule 3 Definitions
Substitute the definition of appropriate authority as follows:
Appropriate authority means the relevant authority with the responsibility to determine the particular matter.
Substitute the definition of designated bushfire prone area as follows:
Designated bushfire prone area means land that:
- has been designated under legislation; or
- has been identified under an environmental planning instrument, development control plan or in the course of processing and determining a development application,
as land that can support a bushfire or is likely to be subject to bushfire attack.
Insert definition of Planning for Bush Fire Protection as follows:
Planning for Bush Fire Protection is as prescribed by the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000.
Insert definition for spa pool as follows:
Spa pool is as defined in the Swimming Pools Act 1992
NSW Schedule 4 Schedule of referenced documents
Insert in Table 1 of Schedule 4 the following:
NSW Table 1 Schedule of referenced documents
|AS 1603 Part 3||2018||Automatic fire detection and alarm systems — Heat alarms
See Note 1(b)
|AS 1603 Part 3||1996||Automatic fire detection and alarm systems — Heat alarms
See Note 1(a)
|NSW Legislation||1979||Environmental Planning and Assessment Act||184.108.40.206, NSW P2.6.1, NSW Part 3.12.1|
|NSW Legislation||2000||Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation||NSW Schedule 3|
|NSW Legislation||1992||Swimming Pools Act||P2.7.1, 220.127.116.11, NSW Schedule 3|
|NSW Legislation||2018||Swimming Pools Regulation||P2.7.1, 18.104.22.168|
Notes associated with NSW Table 1 :
For AS 1603.3:
The 1996 edition has been retained for a transitional period ending on 30 April 2022.
Heat alarms complying with the 2018 edition of AS 1603.3 must be of class type A1 or A2.