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Planning Forms and Checklists
How to Complete a Planning Application Planning Application Form How To Complete An Application To Amend A Planning Permit Form Application to Amend a Planning Permit Application Form by Secondary Consent Application to Amend a Planning Application Extension of Time Request Form Public Open Space Form Application for Certificate of Compliance Application for Compliance Inspection Bond and Fees Form Planning Permit Bond Refund Copy of ...
Ballarat Planning Scheme
Planning schemes are made up of maps and ordinance. The ordinance are the policies and written clauses and the maps depict where the zones and overlays apply within the planning scheme area. We administer and implement the Ballarat Planning Scheme in accordance with section 6 of the Planning and Environment Act 1987.
Before making your application Talk to a planner View Ballarat Planning Scheme to check the planning controls that apply to your property Talk to your neighbours about your plans Consider getting professional advice Book a pre-application meetings Call 5320 5640 to make a booking. Meetings are held at the Customer Service Centre on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. We will note your contact details, sub...
In 2016, the Minister for Planning approved Amendment C185 to the Ballarat Planning Scheme to allow for the development of the Central Victorian Livestock Exchange in Miners Rest. This new livestock exchange replaces the 158-year-old facility at Latrobe Street, which is now closed.
The municipality of Ballarat has a rich and living heritage. At least 40,000 years ago the Wadawurung and Dja Dja Wurrung Indigenous people called this country home. Their words 'balla arat' mean 'resting place' or 'bent elbow. The first white settler - Archibald Yuille - called his property 'Ballaarat' in 1837 and gold was discovered at Buninyong in 1851. The Eureka Rebellion, one of Australia's defining historic and democratic moments,...
Event Planning Guide
Our Event Planning Toolkit is a great place to start. It offers help and guidance for planning and managing your event how to market and promote your event what permits you will need how to run a safe and compliant event
The Ballarat Planning Scheme maps may show that a piece of land has an overlay as well as a zone affecting it. Not all land has an overlay, and some land may be affected by more than one overlay. If an overlay applies, it is because the land has special features such as a heritage building, significant vegetation or flood risks. A heritage overlay for example, applies to heritage places of natural or cultural significance and...