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The State Planning Council (known as the State Co-ordination Council from 1976 to ??1983) was established under Section 8B of the Town and Planning Amendment Act 1968 (No.7676).
Its statutory functions were to:
* co-ordinate planning by State instrumentalities and semi government authorities of works and developments for which they were individually responsible;
* to act as consultant and adviser to the Town and Country Planning Board in any Statement of Planning Policy prepared by the Board and with respect to any other matter in the interest of the State relevant to regional or other planning scheme.
In 1975, the State Planning Council was renamed the State Co-ordination Council and was made responsible to the Premier.