If you are unsure whether your proposal requires a planning permit, you can get planning advice from Council.
Options include speaking to a planning officer, submitting a Planning Information Request to confirm if a planning permit is required, or applying for Planning pre-application advice (for larger or more complex applications).
Planning controls generally require a planning permit to be granted prior to the removal of vegetation, including trees, and native shrubs and ground cover, on private property. Exemptions can apply.
Development of land in Maroondah is subject to the granting of a planning permit.
Subdivision of land in Maroondah requires planning permit approval from Council.
Find out more about making amendments to planning permits.
A planning permit is required for some types of development to ensure bushfire risk is considered and bushfire protection measures are in place.
Find out more about planning signs and controls.
There are a number of requirements that need to be met before you can run your business from a residence in Maroondah.
Also known as a Granny Flat, a dependent person's unit may need a Planning Permit.