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You may need a Planning Permit, Building Permit or both to install an aerial or antenna on your property.

You won't need a Planning Permit to install a television antenna, or an aerial or antenna considered to be a Low Impact Telecommunication Facilities, however you may still need a Building Permit for these works. 

How to use this guide

To help you work out which permits you need, begin at Step 1 and answer the questions one at a time. You may need to refer to your installation design and take measurements.

Before you begin

Before finalising your design:

  • Check for easements on your property. When an easement is obstructed, it can prevent important maintenance work and block the flow of stormwater. If your plans impact an easement, it may be necessary to modify your plans.
  • See if the property is listed under Schedule to Clause 51.01 Specific Sites and Exclusions. If the property is listed, contact Statutory Planning on 9278 4888 to find out about special restrictions and exemptions that apply.

More information

Contact Statutory Planning or Building Services if you need help with either a Planning or Building Permit. 

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