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Advertised Planning Applications

The City of Greater Dandenong gives access to planning permit application documents for consideration and review. This is a part of the planning process required under the Planning and Environment Act 1987.

Council will advertise the documents for at least 14 days.

You must not use the documents for any purpose that may breach copyright or privacy laws.

Access the Online Planning Register

If you have trouble accessing or viewing the advertised documents online, you can view them in person at Council's office during business hours. Visit the Planning and Design Service Counter.

You can object to an advertised planning application if you think the granting of the permit will affect you.

Submit your submission/objection to Council in writing or lodge a submission online before this date to ensure that Council can consider it.

Council will not decide on the application before the advertising expiry date.

If Council receives four or more submissions/objections to a residential development planning permit application, it might arrange a consultative meeting.

Click on the topics below for more information.

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Find out how to make a submission / objection to an advertised planning permit application and the steps involved.
Learn more about when a Planning Consultative Meeting might be held.