Development Plan Consent - South Australia

Service summary

Persons intending to undertake any form of development require Development Plan consent. Each proposal is assessed to ensure it conforms with the relevant zones and criteria with Council's Development Plan. The Development Plan sets out provisions in relation to the design and location of development and contains zoning and design criteria. Development means building work, a change in the use of land, subdivisions, work in relation to State or local heritage places which could materially affect the heritage value of the place, prescribed mining operations, the forming of certain levees or mounds, coastal protection works, display of certain advertising signs and excavation or filling of land in prescribed zones. The Council is generally the decision maker for applications.

Service type

Licence

A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Duration

Once off. The consent is generally valid for 12 months.

Fees

Fees vary depending on nature and scale of development.

Administering agency

City of Marion

Contact details

General Enquiries


Operating address:
245 Sturt Road
Sturt SA 5047
Mailing address:
PO Box 21
Oaklands Park SA 5046

Phone:

0883756600

Fax:

0883756699
council@marion.sa.gov.au

Website:

http://www.marion.sa.gov.au/site/page.cfm Opens in a new browser window

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