Developer contribution "reforms" will cost Bayside Council $10 million a year

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By Jim Gainsford
Updated July 4 2022 - 4:22am, first published June 23 2022 - 4:02am
The Environmental Planning and Assessment Amendment (Infrastructure Contributions) proposes that developers contribute more to the State Government and less towards local priorities and projects.

The State Government's proposed developer contribution reforms will cost Bayside Council $10 million a year or $140 million over the next 15 years and will mean an immediate increase in rates, council has warned.

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Covering Georges River Council, Bayside Council and general news. For news tips contact me at jgainsford@theleader.com.au