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Advertising of your planning application

Any material submitted with your planning permit application, including plans and personal information, may be advertised, in accordance with the Planning & Environment Act 1987.

Formal advertising

Applications are assessed for advertisement based on the perceived material detriment that may be caused by the proposed use and/or development. This means that if your proposal will affect neighbouring properties, we will advertise it to nearby residents. We will look at things like:

  • The scale of development.
  • The type of land use proposed.
  • Hours of operation and types of activity.
  • The sensitivity of surrounding land uses and the local context.

Advertisement can be undertaken through the following mediums:

  • Signs on the subject site.
  • Letters mailed to affected properties.
  • Newspaper advertisement (local press).

View advertised planning permit application documents.

Informal advertising

Applications can be exempt from formal advertising under the Casey Planning Scheme.

In these instances, the views of the general public cannot be considered as part of the application, but we may consider informally advertising the application to affected properties as a courtesy.

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