Stamford Property Services Pty Ltd v Mulpha Australia Ltd [2019] NSWCA 141 (19 June 2019) (Leeming JA at [1]; McCallum JA at [97]; Emmett AJA at [124])


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JUDICIAL REVIEW – Heritage Council – heritage listing of building occupying part of appellant’s land – prohibition upon carrying out any development in relation to the land on which the listing building was situated without Heritage Council approval – Heritage Act 1977 (NSW), s 57(1)(e) – appellant applied to redevelop the balance of its land – Heritage Council proceeded on basis that its approval was only required for proposed activities within the listed building – adjoining landowner sought judicial review, claiming Heritage Council had misdirected itself – whether prohibition required a nexus between development and heritage values of listed building – whether prohibition applied to development on any part of the lot on which the listed building was situated – significance of statutory text, context and purpose