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Development Application Fees and Infrastructure Charges

Fees and services for development applications can be found within Council's Schedule of Fees and Charges

 

Infrastructure Charges Register

The Infrastructure Charges Register (ICR) is published to comply with the requirements of the Planning Regulation 2017. The ICR contains details on (i) infrastructure charges that Council has levied on development approvals and, (ii) financial reporting on trunk infrastructure revenue and expenditure.

The infrastructure charges information is updated monthly and trunk infrastructure financial reporting information is updated quarterly.

To view an Infrastructure Charges Notice issued for Material Change of Use or Reconfiguring a Lot development approvals refer to eServices.

Access the Infrastructure Charges Register.

Access the Infrastructure Charges Revenue and Expenditure Reporting.

 

Infrastructure Charges and Charges Resolution

Council levies infrastructure charges in accordance with the requirements of the Planning Act 2016, through a Charges Resolution adopted by Council.

The Charges Resolution sets out the requirements for new development to pay infrastructure charges for the local government infrastructure networks, as well as the process for obtaining offsets and refunds where a developer provides trunk infrastructure to benefit the wider community.

The local government infrastructure networks are stormwater, public parks and community land, and transport.

Eligible community organisations may receive reductions in infrastructure charges, where meeting the eligibility requirements identified within the Charges Resolution. The reduction will be assessed as part of a development application and will appear on an applicable Infrastructure Charges Notice.

Charges Resolution (No. 1) 2022 was adopted by Council on 27 April 2022 with a commencement date of 2 May 2022. This resolution applies to all development applications decided after this date. 

The previous charges resolution, Charges Resolution (No. 1) 2021, was in effect between 1 October 2021 and 1 May 2022.

Urban Utilities’ may also levy charges for water supply and sewerage trunk networks separate from Council. For more information, visit urbanutilities.com.au/development