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Asset Protection Permits aim to protect public assets from private building activities taking place on private land to ensure public infrastructure, such as footpaths, drainage and roads, as well as vegetation on public land (including street trees), remain serviceable during the construction process and are not left damaged at the completion of works. Once a permit has been paid for, our Asset Surveillance Officers will inspect the publi...
A Building Permit is required for all major building projects including new homes, home extensions, garages and commercial projects. A permit is also required for many small projects including sheds, retaining walls, fences, decks, carports, verandahs, swimming pools and spas. Building Permits are required for these projects regardless of the cost of the building project. To confirm if a particular building project requires a permit, visit the...
Building Permits and Forms
A list of permits and application forms relating to the building process: Authorising someone to act on your behalf Facade alteration and or demolition section 29a Lapsed permit inspection Building or land information request - Regulation 51 Request for property information and legal point of discharge Temporary structure application
Step 1 Call our Statutory Planning team on 5320 5500 to determine if you need a planning permit for your development. If required, a planning permit must be obtained before a septic tank permit can be issued. Step 2 Contact Central Highlands Water to determine if your property is situated within the designated sewerage district. Central Highlands Water is a referral agency for all properties located within ...
The Country Fire Authority declares Fire Danger Periods and Total Fire Bans. Confirm restrictions by visiting CFA warning and restrictions.