Permit to Create or Interfere with a Vehicle Crossing - Victoria

Service summary

You will require this permit if you intend to create or interfere with a vehicle crossing. A vehicle crossing is the portion of a property?s driveway located between the edge of the road and the property boundary that allows vehicular access to a property from a carriageway.

Service type

Licence

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

Eligibility requirements

Please consult the Council for any conditions on this permit.

Duration

As specified on the permit.

Fees

 TypeAmountDescription
ApplyApplication$120.00

You will also be required to pay a licence fee and bond. Fees for 2016-17.

Licence$163.00

You will also be required to pay a permit fee and bond. Fees for 2016-17.

Other resources

Administering agency

City of Port Phillip

Act(s) name

Local Government Act 1989 (Victoria)

Local law(s) name

Community Amenity Local Law 1 2013

Contact details

Development Services
City of Port Phillip


Operating address:
99a Carlisle Street
St Kilda, Victoria 3182
Mailing address:
Private Bag 3
St Kilda
Victoria 3182

Phone:

03 9209 6777

Fax:

03 9536 2722
devpermits@portphillip.vic.gov.au

Website:

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