Planning Permit Checklist - Heritage Area Vehicle Crossing

Please use this checklist when submitting an application to construct a vehicle crossing in a Heritage Area.
When applying to construct a vehicle crossing at your Heritage Property, you should ensure that you include:

Checkbox An Application form fully completed and signed.
Checkbox A full current copy of Title for the land, including current ownership details, title plan and a full copy of any registered covenants, restrictions or Section 173 Agreements that apply to the land. (The Copy of Title must be clearly legible and no older than 30 days.) You should contact the Victorian Land Titles Office to obtain a copy.
Checkbox The prescribed application fee.

In addition to the information required above for all planning applications, the following should be provided:

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3 copies of an existing site layout plan drawn at a scale of 1:100 or 1:200 which includes, as appropriate:
Checkbox The boundaries and dimensions of the site.
Checkbox Relevant ground levels of the site.
Checkbox The location of any existing buildings and works.
Checkbox The location of any existing vegetation or landscaping within the site.
Checkbox Street furniture including power poles, fire hydrants/plugs etc.
Checkbox 3 copies of a proposed site layout plan drawn at a scale of 1:100 or 1:200 which includes, as appropriate:
Checkbox The boundaries and dimensions of the site.
Checkbox Adjoining roads and proposed vehicle access points (show dimensions)..
Checkbox Relevant ground levels of the site.
Checkbox The location of any existing buildings and works.
Checkbox The location of any existing vegetation or landscaping within the site.
Checkbox Street furniture including power poles, fire hydrants/plugs etc.
Checkbox Photos of the surrounding area to show the character of the area and whether crossovers are common place within the nearby area.

Disclaimer

Please note that this checklist is only for the standard information required for lodgement of a planning permit application. Additional information may be required by the assessing planning officer after registration.

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Page last updated: Monday, 23 September 2019

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