Some types of changes under a Section 72 Amendment:
- Change to the proposal description
- Significant changes to plans
- Change or deletion of permit conditions
This follows the same process as a planning permit application.
You should include the following documents with your application:
- A new set of scaled and fully dimensioned plans showing the proposed changes (the number of sheets provided to be the same as the initially endorsed plans). The plans are to be marked with red clouding around all changes and have no endorsed stamp.
- A recent Certificate of Title (no more than 100 days old) this must include the register search statement, title plan and any encumbrances listed on the register search statement (such as Caveat, Covenant and Section 173 agreement). If you don't have one, you can request a copy of Title online.
Council must now seek the consent of any person (including third parties) before publishing any personal information (other than the land address relevant to the submission) due to the introduction of the COVID-19 Omnibus (Emergency Measures) Act 2020. We appreciate your cooperation on this matter and ask that you not submit any plans or documents which contain personal information.
Fees apply. View the fees, forms and checklists page for more information.
If you do not provide all of the above, we may not be able to process the application. You may be asked to provide more information to help us assess your application
If we support the changes, we will issue an amended permit, which will outline the changes.
If we agree to the changes but objections from the public have been received when the application was advertised, we will issue a Notice of Decision to Amend a Permit.
If we don’t support the changes, we will issue a Refusal to Amend a Permit.
Apply for a Section 72 Amendment