Applying for a Planning Permit
Applications for a Planning permit can be lodged with Council by mail or directly at any of Council’s service centres. Applications for Subdivisions can be lodged and accepted electronically via SPEAR. SPEAR Subdivisions manages applications on-line including lodgement, requests for further information, referrals, advertising, approvals and tracking of applications.
To submit an application the relevant application form must be completed as well as the appropriate planning fee paid upon lodgement.
Visit the Latrobe Planning Scheme online.
Use this application form to apply for a VicSmart Planning Permit
Application for a Planning Permit form.
Use this application form if you intend to apply for a Planning permit.
How to complete the Planning Permit Application form.
Use this document to assist you in completing the Planning permit application form.
Application to Amend a Planning Permit.
Use this application to amend a Planning permit.
How to complete an Application to Amend a Planning Permit.
Use this document to assist you in completing the Request to amend a Planning permit form.
Request for an Amendment to an Application for a Planning Permit.
Use this form if you are seeking to make an amendment to an application for a Planning permit.
Request for an extension of time to a planning permit.
Use this form to extend the time on a Planning permit.
Objection to the grant of a planning permit form.
Use this form if you wish to lodge an objection against a planning permit application.
The fees are outlined under the Planning and Environment (Fees) (Amendment) Regulations 2009 and are correct as of the 1st of July 2012. All fees must be paid at time of lodging any application or request. Applications submitted without the correct fee will be sent an insufficient information letter and will not progress until the correct fee is paid in full.
Section 173 Agreements
A Section 173 Agreement will generally be a requirement of a condition placed on your planning permit. Not all planning permits require one, but you will need to read your conditions carefully and act on it if there is a requirement to do so.
A Section 173 Agreement is a legal contract made between Council and any other party or parties, under Section 173 of the Planning and Environment Act 1987. There are a number of requirements set by Council and the Title Registration Service that you, as the landowner, need to meet when entering into a Section 173 Agreement.
Section 173 Agreement Standard Template(DOC, 48KB)
This template (Section 173 Agreement Standard Template) is for applicants whom have been required to enter into a Section 173 agreement. The template is for simple matters only, more complex agreements should not be produced on this template, instead be drafted by a solicitor for that particular matter.
Latrobe City Council reserves the right to have any agreement reviewed by our lawyers and any costs to be passed onto the applicant or person seeking the agreement.
Note: Do not save this document for continual use as the document may have amendments from time to time. Always refer to our website for the most up to date agreement template.