- Planning & Building Forms
- Development Act & Plans
- Fees and Charges
- General Building Information
- Manager of Development Services
- Native Vegetation Clearance
- Septic Tank Applications
- Swimming Pool Safety
A complete list of our Planning & Building forms can be found below:
For a copy of the Develpment Act click on the link below.
Fees and charges are payable upon lodgement of the Development Application.
Construction Industry Training Levy
The Construction Industry Training Board Levy needs to be paid on any construction with an estimated cost of $15,000 or more. As of July 1st 2016 this needs to be paid before the Development Application is lodged. A copy of the receipt of the levy payment needs to accompany the Development Application.
For manual payment, forms are available at the Council office to be sent away, or the applicant can visit www.citb.org.au and pay the levy online by one of three methods:
1. Credit Card (this is the only way to recieve a receipt straight away via email)
2. Funds Transfer
Funds transfer or cheque payments will recieve the receipt by email (or mail) once the payment has cleared.
Certificate of Title
As of June 1st 2016 all development applications lodged must now have a copy of the Certificate of Title (CT) for the subject land, attached with the lodgement application. Schedule V of the Development Regulations lists this as a required document. This can be done by the applicant making a copy themlseves, or by paying Council $27.25 (current price) for Council to download the CT from the Services SA site.
- Items Requiring Development Approval
- How Do I Apply For Approval?
- What Happens During The Approval Process?
Councils Manager of Development Services is Mr Laurie Collins.
For more detailed information about a development, he can be contacted on:
Phone: (08) 8688 2976
Mobile: 0428 882 976
Native Vegetation Clearance
Native vegetation in South Australia (except parts of metropolitan Adelaide) is protected. You may need to apply to clear native vegetation. This is a separate process to the Development Act approval process.
The safe disposal of sewage and household wastewater is necessary to safeguard the health of the community and protect the environment.
Not all sites have characteristics suitable for conventional subsurface effluent disposal; therefore, it is very important to carry out the necessary investigations to determine the suitability of the site and design the system accordingly.
NOTE: It is important that the requirements of the septic tank system be considered during the planning stage of any development.
Approval must be obtained from the relevant authority before proceeding with the installation of a septic tank system.
For more information in regards to the Application process for Septic & Sewer Services, please click here.
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