In some circumstances, a minor change may be possible to a Planning Permit.
The change must meet the requirements set by the legislative requirements of Section 56 of the Land Use Planning Approvals Act 1993 . It is important to check with the Council to see if the amendment meets the requirements of the Act.
An Amendment Form(PDF, 82KB) must be lodged with a covering letter to explain the proposed change along with plans, where applicable, and the relevant fee. We suggest you call the planner who assessed your application to discuss whether the proposed changes would be acceptable.
In some instances, you will need to extend the life of your permit.
The Application to extend an existing Planning Permit form can be found here(PDF, 161KB)
. You will need to provide details on why the extension is required, and pay the applicable fee.