Planning - Extension of Time
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Under Section 197 of the Planning and Environment Act, an applicant is entitled to have their information held private from public viewing via any electronic means (website and email). Please be advised that Council makes planning applications available for public viewing via its website, email and in person at Council offices in accordance with Section 51 of the Planning and Environment Act 1987. Council may also refer your application electronically to a referral authority for comment and advice to assist in the assessment of your application. Applications available for public viewing will display the names, addresses and contact details of the owner, applicant, applicant’s representative and the author of any plans and / or technical reports accompanying the application.
To proceed with lodging your application on-line, you consent to Council displaying the application on its website, and circulating the application electronically to a third party only for the purposes of considering the planning application, including all personal information and identification contained within the documentation submitted to Council from time to time in relation to this application. If you do not agree, or if you do not have the consent of all parties who have contributed to your application (eg; building designer, traffic consultant) for their identification and contact details to be made available for public viewing for the purposes of the town planning process, you will not be able to use this portal. Where consent is not provided, you will need to submit your application with all personal identification redacted from the application via alternative means. Please refer to ‘Lodgement of Redacted Information’ for more information.
Where consent is not provided, you will need to submit your application with all personal identification redacted from the application via alternative means. Please refer to Planning Applications - Privacy and Information