Planning items for public comment

Under Section 52 of the Planning and Environment Act 1987, and/or at the discretion of the Council Planning Unit the following documents are currently available for public exhibition.  

Planning Application Notices

Documents are published for the sole purpose of enabling consideration and review as part of a planning process under the Planning and Environment Act 1987. These documents must not be used for any purpose which may breach any Copyright or Privacy Laws.

Planning Permit Application No. Description Address  Date advertising period closes
2019/159(PDF, 45MB)

Use and development of the land for the purpose of a winery and place of assembly; Access from Road Zone Category 1

 486 Goulburn Valley Highway, Eildon
 2020/132(PDF, 23MB)  Use and development of the land for a dwelling and removal of native vegetation  191 Gordons Bridge Road, Kinglake
 2017/39(PDF, 4MB)  Amend planning permit 2017/39 to include construction of a cooperage and to:
- Amend condition 3 to delete the words “red line” .
- Amend condition 4 to replace the words “12pm and 7pm” with the words “10am and 5pm”
- Amend condition 16 in accordance with CFA requirements

 410 O'Gradys Road, Kinglake
 2021/35(PDF, 5MB) Development of land for earthworks and a domestic

 190 Taylor Bay-Left Arm Road, Taylor Bay
 2021/67(PDF, 1MB)  Removal of Vegetation (1 Tree)  18 Snodgrass Street, Yea
 2021/57(PDF, 18MB)

Use and development of the land for the purpose of a second dwelling


 360 South Cathedral Lane, Buxton
 2021/25(PDF, 5MB)  Use and Development of land for a dwelling and outbuilding
 74 Maryton Lane, Marysville

Objections to the above proposals can be submitted in two ways: 

  1. Submit your objection in writing by the date indicated, stating your reasons and how the proposal will affect your land.

  2. Complete a submission to planning application form(DOCX, 71KB) and submit it to Council.

If you are satisfied with a proposal you are not required to respond, however by showing your support you can receive future updates on the progress of the development.

Note: all submissions received will become public documents.