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Will my neighbours be notified of my development application?
You are required by law to submit a DA to Council for any building and subdivision works and for any development requiring consent under LEP 2014 or 1988 (where applicable).
DAs are required so that Council may assess your plans and information, inspect your property and determine based upon merit whether your proposal is an appropriate form of development within a particular zone/area.
Council will assess the proposal to ensure it is permissible according to its zoning, complies with relevant legislation and plans, and has no detrimental environmental, economic or social impacts on the locality.
An approved development application that requires building works is followed by a Construction Certificate to build or construct the proposed development. A Construction Certificate can be issued by Council or a Private Building Certifier.