Change a planning permit
You can request an extension of time, apply for a Section 50/57a Amendment, amend your planning application or request Secondary Consent via our online ePlanning portal.
Using ePlanning will allow us to communicate quickly with you, avoiding the delays associated with using the mail system, and in a paperless format. It also allows you to easily view the status of your application, as the statuses are live and updated as we process each application.
The following guides will assist you to use ePlanning:
How to Lodge Further Information, Revisions, Secondary Consents and Amendments Using ePlanning(PDF, 252KB)
How to Create a User Profile(PDF, 301KB)
Request a time extension
Your planning permit will state the time frames that any development/use must be started and completed. If you need more time you can request an extension.
The fee for this request is $337.00.
Request changes to a planning permit application in progress
If you have applied for a planning permit and a decision has not been made you can apply to amend the proposal with the Section 50 or 57A Form. A fee of 40% of the application fee (or if a new application fee is higher, the difference between the two fees) may be payable. Check with your planning officer for more information.
Request an amendment to a planning permit
If your planning permit has already been approved, you may be able to change it or make changes which could impact other properties.
To change the description of what a permit allows or conditions of a permit you'll need to do so under Section 72 of the Planning and Environment Act.
If you only need to make some small changes that wouldn't be of interest to other property owners, a referral authority, permit conditions or permit triggers, you might be able to do so by requesting a Secondary Consent.
The fee for this request is $329.50
If you aren't sure which forms to use, contact our Planning officers on 5261 0800.
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