Environment & Planning

Law Association New South Wales

Welcome to EPLA

Advancing the knowledge of planning and environmental laws.

Who We Are

We exist to advance the knowledge of planning and environmental laws among the professions and the community generally.

EPLA provides members with current information about recent or proposed changes to planning and environmental law. EPLA hosts seminars and conferences to provide opportunities for informed debate and education about relevant issues.

Our Members

EPLA is an organisation whose members are drawn from many environmental disciplines including from the fields of planning, environment, architecture, local government and the legal profession.

Our members are drawn from city and country regions, in government and private enterprise. During this time of significant change to environmental and planning laws in NSW, EPLA helps members to stay up to date through on-line releases of latest news, the publication of the Environmental Law News, the publication of the Environmental Law Reporter and the distribution of IMPACT!

Latest News and Events

26 Feb 2021: Department of Planning, Industry and Environment news
Proposed changes to clause 4.6 variations review now on exhibition.
6 Apr 2021: Land and Environment Court news
The COVID-19 Pandemic Arrangements Policy is replaced by a new Policy effective from 6 April 2021.
Department of Planning, Industry and Environment news
Proposed changes to clause 4.6 variations review now on exhibition.

Our Projects & Activities

EPLA is involved in a number of projects and activities to facilitate the achievement of its aims and objectives.

We encourage participation by our members towards these projects and activities by providing opportunities for feedback and suggestions.

Shape environmental and planning law while earning CLE and CPD points.

GET IN TOUCH

Phone (02) 8227 9600

Facsimile (02) 8227 9699

Email info@epla.org.au

Environment and Planning Law

Association (NSW) Inc

32/52 Martin Place,

Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia

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