To be eligible, you must provide details such as the exact location of the proposed development, building height, access driveways, emergency evacuation plans, floor space ratios and noise management plans.
If your proposal relates to a residential dwelling you will need to submit a Building Sustainability Index Certificate (BASIX) with your proposal. BASIX is a web-based planning tool designed to incorporate a range of environmentally sustainable features into your development project. If your development application relates to residential apartment development you may require a statement by a qualified designer.
If your proposal involves the installation, extension, or modification of any fire safety systems, then you will be required to submit plans detailing the fire safety systems that are part of the development.
If the application relates to Designated Development, an Environmental Impact Statement is required. Designated Development refers to developments which are high impact developments or which are located in or near an environmentally sensitive area. Designated Development does not include State significant development.
Please be aware that if your proposed development is in bush fire prone land, you may require a bushfire attack level (BAL) risk assessment. Please contact your local rural fire service for details.
The Council may also impose specific conditions on individual Development Consents and Complying Development Certificates.
Please consult the Contact Officer for more information regarding eligibility requirements.