Plans are being continuously updated and so are the documents on Rico containing rules and provisions. How do we manage plan changes with respect to documents on Rico? Regular documents on Rico are kept up to date with operative rules and provisions. Where a change within the statutory framework has legal effect (before being made operative), we will add an additional document for this plan change containing changes to rules and provisions so it can be included in your project and assessed like a regular document. Where a change does not have legal effect , we will flag this as a consideration on the current operative version of the document which can be seen when a document is assessed so you are alerted to a change affecting the proposal for you to investigate further. How are changes handled in the assessment process? Where a change results in new or different documents being relevant to a proposal A checklist question has been created to detect plan changes that apply to the subject site Where plan changes apply, you must investigate these to determine whether this results in new or different documents applying to the proposal and then ensure the correct documents, including any plan change documents are added to your project on the considerations page. Where a change results in different rules or provisions being relevant to a proposal As mentioned earlier, a document for proposed changes that have legal affect will be available on Rico to enable you to assess changes to/new rules and provisions. Where rules or provisions don't have legal effect, you can assess the impact of these changes on the proposal in your qualitative assessments.