The Fire Danger Period is now in force in Glenelg Shire, from Monday 20 November 2023.During the period Council will only issue permits to burn where approval has been granted from the Country Fire Authority.For more information visit:
An owner-builder is someone who takes on all responsibility for domestic building work carried out on their land.
Protection works is a process required to be carried out when constructing a building or site cut close to the boundary to notify and protect the adjoining land owner of danger or damage.
If you are organising a public entertainment event, you may need to obtain a POPE Occupancy Permit for a place of public entertainment from the Municipal Building Surveyor.
Contact us to learn about the requirements and steps for building.
To improve child safety in and around pools and spas, Victoria’s Building Regulations changed on 1 December 2019, introducing new registration, inspection, maintenance and compliance requirements for property owners.
Review the Report and Consent documents.
There have been changes to the process of issuing of Building Permits and collection of the Government Levy. All building permits issued within Victoria will have numbers issued by the Victorian Building Authority.
Asbestos is a fibrous material that has been used in the building industry over many years. The use of this material has now stopped and its removal is often required during development or renovation work.
Access all of the building forms here.
Planning and Building Permits are different permits and have different purposes. Find out how to apply for a Building Permit.
If you plan to build or replace a fence and do not know who owns your neighbouring property, you can request the Property Owners Details (name and address only) by submitting a request to Council.