Draft Index Planning Committee - 14 August 2018
This is a draft index only and subject to change prior to agenda being finalised for the Planning Committee meeting.
Section 1 - Permit Applications
Item 1.1 - PlnA00749/17 -97 Bartok Court Narre Warren South - Use and Development of a Place of Worship (including Caretaker's Dwelling, Extension to Existing Building and Alteration of Access to Pound Road)
Section 2 - Appeals
Item 2.1 - Appeal Decisions at VCAT on Planning Permit Applications
Section 7 -General
Item 7.1 - Statutory Planning Application Decisions
What happens at a Planning Committee Meeting?
Residents and others are welcome to attend Planning Committee meetings. Seating is provided in the public gallery at the rear of the Council Chamber. Media representatives also attend and report on proceedings. When attending meetings, visitors are bound by the Rules of Procedure and are not permitted to participate or interrupt the meeting procedures.
Please refer to What happens at a Planning Committee Meeting for more information.
Why does the Planning Committee have decision making power?
The Local Government Act 1989 allows Council’s to establish ‘Special Committees’ which have delegated authority to make decisions which are binding on the Council. The City of Casey has one special committee established under s. 86 of the Local Government Act 1989 – the Planning Committee.
In September 2013, Council confirmed the role of the Planning Committee by Instrument of Delegation to exercise Council’s powers, discretions and authorities under the Planning and Environment Act 1987.
View the Instrument of Delegation (170kb).