Apply for a Planning Permit, if needed
If you have determined that you need a Planning Permit for your project:
- Obtain a clear copy of your Certificate of Title including the lot plan. You can get this from the Landata website. The Certificate of Title must be no more than 28 days old.
- Write a cover letter explaining your proposal.
- Obtain a design response or explanation of the proposed use of the aerial or antenna. A design response is a plan that depicts how the proposed design responds to its context. It supports the proposal by showing how the design works within the site's constraints.
- Prepare a plan drawn to scale (1:100 or 1:200) with full dimensions. The plan must show the site, floor layout and elevations.
- Complete the Planning Permit application form and lodge the form, fee and supporting documents with Council. To download the form and submit the application, see our Apply for a Planning Permit page.
- Now, check whether you need a Building Permit as part of Step 8.
If the antenna or aerial is associated with a single dwelling on a lot, the following fees apply:
- $206.40 if the cost of the works is less than $10,000.
- $649.80 if the cost of the works is between $10,000 and $100,000.
If the antenna or aerial is not associated with a single dwelling on a lot, the following fees apply:
- $1185 if the cost of the works is less than $100,000.
- $1597.80 if the cost of the works is between $100,000 and $1,000,000.