Download an editable pdf application form below and email to firstname.lastname@example.org, post to PO Box 21, West Wyalong, NSW or deliver to Council's offices at 6 Shire Street, West Wyalong
A pre-lodgment meeting is a meeting between a prospective applicant and Council Development and Regulatory Services staff to discuss a development proposal prior to the formal lodgment of a development application.
A pre-lodgment meeting provides a prospective applicant with the opportunity to discuss and receive feedback from Council on the technical aspects of a development proposal following a preliminary assessment of submitted plans and documents detailing the proposal.
There is no mandatory requirement to have a pre-lodgment meeting prior to making a development application. Pre-lodgment meetings are, however, encouraged by Council as the most appropriate means of dealing with enquiries of a complex or site specific nature, or where formal feedback is being sought from Council on a specific development concept or proposal plan.
Pre-lodgment meetings are free of charge as Council is encouraging applicants to avail themselves of this service to improve communication and expedite the development assessment process.
Please contact Council on 69722266 to book a pre-lodgment meeting.
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The 603 certificate states the amount (if any) due or payable to Council by way of rates, charges or otherwise for a parcel of land and is commonly required during the sale of property.
The operation of a system of sewage management is a prescribed activity and requires the approval of Council for the purposes of item 10 of Part F of the Table to Section 68 of the Local Government Act 1993. Approval is required unless exempted by cl 98 or by a Local Approvals Policy of the Council.
Installing, constructing or altering a waste treatment device or a human waste storage facility or a drain connected to any such device or facility is a prescribed activity and requires the approval of Council for the purposes of item 5 of Part C of the Table to Section 68 of the Local Government Act 1993. Approval is required unless exempted by cl 98 or by a Local Approvals Policy of the Council.
A Building Information Certificate is issued by the Local Council for the whole or part of a building.
Complying development is a combined planning and construction approval for straightforward development.
Complying development may apply to homes, businesses and industry and can allow for a range of things like the construction of a new dwelling house, alterations and additions to a house, new industrial buildings, demolition of a building, and changes to a business use.
See also Contract Agreement for the Performance of Certification Work - CDC Attachment(PDF, 104KB)
A construction certificate is required after development consent is issued and before any building work is carried out.