Council recognises the Aboriginal cultural heritage values throughout our municipality.
Existing use is when a piece of land is being used in a way that’s not allowed under the zoning in that area.
The Swan Hill Planning Scheme controls how land is used and developed.
A Heritage Overlay protects the history of our municipality, including the heritage of significant local sites.
The bushfire planning provisions and bushfire building regulations make sure new developments are more resilient to bushfire.
If you are unhappy with a Council planning decision you can appeal it to the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT).
Streamlined planning through Electronic Applications and Referrals (SPEAR) is an online system for planning permits and subdivision applications.
A planning certificate has information about how the Swan Hill Planning Scheme affects a property.
Every property in our municipality is zoned for specific purposes and land zones are standard across Victoria.
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