Development

Council regulates development under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 and the Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000. This includes the control of building, subdivision and demolition works. This is managed through the development assessment process where you apply to Council for consent to develop land.

The process generally begins by lodging a development application (DA) with Council. Once your DA has been approved the development will typically require certification prior to commencing construction or subdividing land. The webpages below describe the development assessment process and provide you with the resources you need to submit applications to Council.

Frequently searched for development assessment information is provided below:

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Search & Track
Council DAs

DA Exhibition
Subscription Service

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DAs on Advertisement
& Recently Approved

Public Spaces
Legacy Program

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High School Site
Redevelopment

 

   

Development Assessment Process

The development assessment process consists of seven stages. Click on the icons below for more information on each stage:

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Check

Check to see if you need to submit a DA to Council before developing land

Advice

Obtain development advice
from Council before
submitting your DA

Prepare

Checklists, policies and
factsheets to help you
complete your DA

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Submit

Using the NSW Planning
Portal to submit your DA
online to Council

Assess

Legislation, policy and other factors that Council considers when reviewing DAs

Determine

Who makes DA decisions,
decision types and the
next steps after receiving a decision

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Certify

Obtain certification and
related approvals for your building and subdivision works