Full Certificate - 30 business days

A full planning and development certificate, in addition to the information contained in a limited and standard planning and development certificate, must contain or be accompanied by the following information for premises.

  • If there is currently in force for the premises a development approval or a compliance permit containing conditions (including conditions about the carrying out of works or the payment of money, other than under an infrastructure agreement) - a statement about the fulfillment or non-fulfillment of each condition at a stated day after the day the certificate was applied for.
  • If there is a master plan that applies to the premises that includes conditions, including conditions of a type mentioned in paragraph (a) - a statement about the fulfillment or non-fulfillment of each condition, at a stated day after the day the certificate was applied for.

If there is a master plan that applies to the premises that includes conditions, including conditions of a type mentioned in paragraph (a) - a statement about the fulfillment or non-fulfillment of each condition, at a stated day after the day the certificate was applied for.

If there are obligations under the agreement that have not been fulfilled - details of the nature and extent of the obligations not fulfilled and

Fetails of the giving of any security and whether any payment required.

  • any prosecution for a development offence under this Act or repealed IPA in relation to the premises of which the local government is aware or
  • proceedings for a prosecution for a development offence under this Act or repealed IPA in relation to the premises of which the local government is aware.
  • If there is an infrastructure agreement to which the local government is a party
  •  To be made under the security has been made: advice of -
  • any prosecution for a development offence under this Act or repealed IPA in relation to the premises of which the local government is aware; or
  • proceedings for a prosecution for a development offence under this Act or repealed IPA in relation to the premises of which the local government is aware.

An applicant may request that a full certificate be given without the information normally contained in a limited and standard certificate.

If a condition under subsection (1) relates to the ongoing operating requirements of the use of premises, the statement need not make reference to the fulfillment or non-fulfillment of the conditions other than under subsection (3).

Last updated: 06 February 2015