Statutory Planning

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The Statutory Planning Department at Mitchell Shire Council is responsible for approving planning permits, providing planning advice and planning compliance.

The Statutory Planning Team is eager to meet with people to discuss the department’s continuing progress and action plan for improving planning services. Forums were held in December 2015 for residents to share their perceptions and experiences of working with the Statutory Planning Team. More than 30 initiatives were identified and circulated back to attendees in February 2016.

The team is committed to ensuring that the standard of service and customer experience is as high as possible.

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STATUTORY PLANNING 101 FORUM

Ever had any questions about Planning? Attend our Planning education community forum to find out more.
  • Want to understand more about the planning permit process or how a planning scheme works?
  • What is a planning scheme and how is it amended?
  • What is a zone, overlay, Local or State Policy or even the Municipal Strategic Statement?
  • What is the difference between a planning and building permit?
  • What steps are involved in the planning permit process and what role does each party play?
  • How does a planning officer make a decision on an application?
  • What other factors affect planning decisions?
When: 1-3pm and 6-8pm Thursday 26 May
Broadford RSL, 27 Murchison Street, Broadford

Tea and Coffee provided.

To reserve your space, contact statplan@mitchellshire.vic.gov.au or phone 5734 6200 by 5pm, Monday 23 May 2016.

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CAN'T ATTEND A FORUM?

If you can't attend a forum but would like to ask questions about the planning improvements being made, the Statutory Planning Action Plan or to provide further feedback to the Team you can contact the Statutory Planning Team below. Please register for Engaging Mitchell, ask your question or leave some feedback and we will endeavor to reply either privately or publicly on this site within 3-4 business days.

The Statutory Planning Department at Mitchell Shire Council is responsible for approving planning permits, providing planning advice and planning compliance.

The Statutory Planning Team is eager to meet with people to discuss the department’s continuing progress and action plan for improving planning services. Forums were held in December 2015 for residents to share their perceptions and experiences of working with the Statutory Planning Team. More than 30 initiatives were identified and circulated back to attendees in February 2016.

The team is committed to ensuring that the standard of service and customer experience is as high as possible.

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STATUTORY PLANNING 101 FORUM

Ever had any questions about Planning? Attend our Planning education community forum to find out more.
  • Want to understand more about the planning permit process or how a planning scheme works?
  • What is a planning scheme and how is it amended?
  • What is a zone, overlay, Local or State Policy or even the Municipal Strategic Statement?
  • What is the difference between a planning and building permit?
  • What steps are involved in the planning permit process and what role does each party play?
  • How does a planning officer make a decision on an application?
  • What other factors affect planning decisions?
When: 1-3pm and 6-8pm Thursday 26 May
Broadford RSL, 27 Murchison Street, Broadford

Tea and Coffee provided.

To reserve your space, contact statplan@mitchellshire.vic.gov.au or phone 5734 6200 by 5pm, Monday 23 May 2016.

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CAN'T ATTEND A FORUM?

If you can't attend a forum but would like to ask questions about the planning improvements being made, the Statutory Planning Action Plan or to provide further feedback to the Team you can contact the Statutory Planning Team below. Please register for Engaging Mitchell, ask your question or leave some feedback and we will endeavor to reply either privately or publicly on this site within 3-4 business days.

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