Planning and Development
Electronic Housing Code
Make your next project a whole lot easier by using the Electronic Housing Code (EHC) - an online system where you can investigate, prepare, lodge and track your complying development application.
You'll enjoy a process that's fast, standardised, paperless and available night and day.
It's time you tried the EHC - it's as easy as can be.
Discover the possibilities at electronichousingcode.com.au
Development Application Tracking
DA Tracking allows you to track the progress of applications from lodgement through to determination. This applies to all development applications submitted since 1st January 2010.
You can search by application number, application type, address, suburb, or lot. You can also search for a list of applications lodged within a date range.
This is where you need to look if you want forms or brochures for building works, food and swimming pool safety, working with asbestos, and all other building-related articles.
Council's DA Fee Calculator is updated each year to reflect changes in the fees and charges.
How to use the DA Fee Calculator:
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This is information about the types of certificates that you may need to obtain from Council when buying or selling a property.
The following is provided as a guide only. You should always seek legal advice or consult your agent ...