Lodge your Application
To lodge your Development Application, Construction Certificate, Complying Development Certificate or Section 68 Local Government Approvals you will need to submit these applications through the NSW Planning Portal.
Getting set-up for online lodgement is simple and you can start using it straight away, here’s how:
- Go to www.planningportal.nsw.gov.au
- Click on 'My Account'
- Select 'Create Account' and follow the prompts
Once created, you can apply for DAs, Construction Certificates, CDCs and Section 68 Local Government Approvals with us online via your ePlanning account.
If you require further assistance, go to Applicants Resources Quick Guide or contact Services NSW on T: 1300 305 695 or email: E: firstname.lastname@example.org.
What you will need to submit with your online application
- A set of legible scaled plans are required including;
- Locality Plan
- Site Plan - Showing the location of the proposed development, indicating all levels, existing structures and vegetation. Identify site address, adjoining properties and north point
- Floor Plan - existing and proposed
- Elevations - showing view from all visible sides, labelled with orientation and showing height of structure.
- Subdivision Plan - if applicable
- Statement of Environmental Effects
- BASIX Certificate
Construction Certificates – Please Note: Always relate your CC to the existing DA on the portal
- Detailed Plans - incorporating BASIX requirements, including block plan, floor plans, elevations indicating floor and adjacent ground levels
- Sectional Plan including detailed construction
- Structural or civil engineering design for footings, reinforced concrete slabs, steelwork and framing (including bracing and tie down detail)
- Geotechnical Report - Footings and On-Site Sewerage Management System
- Contract for undertaking Certification Work.
Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 (EP&A Act) regulations enable application lodgement without the provision of written consent of all property owners affected by the development.
Obtaining authorisation from all property owners affected by the proposal, (including adjoining owners) is the legal responsibility of the applicant. When lodging an application on the NSW Planning Portal the applicant makes a declaration that the consent of all property owners has been obtained.
We encourage you to check the Land Title information for the property/s to ensure you are aware of the correct property ownership.
Section 68 Approvals
- On-site Sewerage Management System (OSSM)
- Site Plan
- Effluent disposal area plan
- Plan of reserve disposal area
- Geotechnical Report
- Manufactures specification of the proposed OSSM
- Accreditation documentation
- Details of method of protecting the disposal area from stock and vehicle movement
- Wood Heaters
- Floor Plan indicating heater position
- Manufactures Installation Specifications