Development Assessment determination
This pie chart sample shows Development Assessment determination for 2014-2015. It was redesigned from the web page "Building and development - How are Development Applications assessed - Determination (approval or rejection)" from the Woollahra Municipal Council (New South Wales, Australia) website. [woollahra.nsw.gov.au/building_and_development/how_we_assess_your_da/determination_approval_or_rejection]
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