Woman using computerLodge your development application (DA) online

Development applications are now lodged online through the NSW Planning Portal. Manage your development application in your own time, in your own home. Communicate with Council through the NSW Planning Portal.

This applies to Development Applications, Applications to Modify Consents (s4.55 applications), Review of Determination (s8.2 applications), Construction Certificates, Complying Development Certificates, Subdivision Certificates and Privately issued Certificates.

From Tuesday 1 March 2022, Council will receive applications for Building Information certificates via the NSW NSW Government LogoPlanning Portal.

For more information, please refer to our Planning and Building Application Lodgement Guide or contact our Duty Planner on 9707 9000.​



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