Types of Planning Permit amendments
Secondary Consent amendment
A Secondary Consent Amendment may be the most appropriate way for Council to assess minor changes to endorsed plans.
There is no requirement under Secondary Consent provisions for notification or advertising of changes.
If Council considers that the proposed changes would result in any amenity impacts or further material detriment, you may be required to make an application under Section 72 of the Planning and Environment Act.
Section 72 amendment
A Section 72 Amendment may be the most appropriate way for Council to assess major changes to endorsed plans, permit conditions or the permit pre-amble.
An application to amend a Planning Permit made under Section 72 of the Planning and Environment Act follows the same process as a new Planning Permit application.
This may include notification or advertising of changes.
For further enquiries related to the amendment process, please contact the Statutory Planning on 9278 4888 or email [email protected] .
Amendments to Planning Permits are governed by the following legislation: