Objections Forms VCAT Etc

If the outcome of the council planning Dept is not palatable to either party, they can take it to VCAT.

If the development hasn’t been through council yet  – Start with the HELP ME Page

VCAT Lodgement Fees  As of Early 2013 ( See post VCAT Development Appeals Getting Further out of Reach. )  to be a resident objecting to council permit that was approved the fees went up dramatically – Section 82

(APPLICATION FOR REVIEW BY AN OBJECTOR UNDER SECTION 82 OR AN AFFECTED PERSON UNDER SECTION 82B OF THE PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT ACT 1987)

If the Council refused to grant a permit, and the builder took the case to VCAT – then a resident can lodge  ( defend ) at VCAT for no fee. ( only the builder pays the lodgement fee.)

 

Application for review by an objector under section 82 OR AN AFFECTED PERSON UNDER section 82B
of the Planning and Environment Act 1987

Use this form from VCAT application_for_review-objector

One Response to “Objections Forms VCAT Etc”

  1. Hosting says:

    If several objections have been lodged then your Local Council will most likely organise a Consultation Meeting with yourself and the objectors to discuss and hopefully resolve the areas of concern that have been raised by the objectors.

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