Applications on Public Notification
The Planning Act 2016 requires the public to be notified about any impact assessable development applications during the assessment process.
The process of public notification allows adjoining or nearby property owners, and others, the opportunity to look at a proposed development, consider the likely impacts the proposal may have on them, and provide comment about the proposal prior to a decision being made.
Applications available online
The information provided below is made available as a general reference source only.
For further information and to view full size plans of any of the applications listed below, please contact Planning Services on 13 48 10 or in person at the Customer Service Centre, 103 Walker Street, Townsville City, between 8.30am and 5pm weekdays.
To view these applications and their related documentation, click the application number which will take you to ePlanning, council's online planning portal. Please contact Council on 13 48 10 if you require assistance.
|Application number||Proposal||Submission close date|
Extension to Shop - Hairdresser|
39 Allen Street, South Townsville
|14 August 2020|
1-7 Casey Street, Aitkenvale
|20 August 2020|
Building Works assessable against Character Residential Zone and Coastal Environment Overlay - Demolition of Existing Dwelling & Construction of New Dwelling|
113 Tully Street, South Townsville
|25 August 2020|
Building Works assessable against Character Residential Zone - Removal of Dwelling|
5 Third Street, Railway Estate
|31 August 2020|
Educational Establishment and Medium Impact Industry Use|
80 Webb Drive, Mount St John
|1 September 2020|
Applications not available online
Please be advised due the large file size of the below applications, they are not available on the website. However they are available to view free of charge at the Customer Service Centre, 103 Walker Street. Copies are available for a fee.
Submission Close Date
|Currently all applications are available to download online.|
Submissions can be made on any of the applications listed above prior to the close date. To lodge a submission on any of the applications listed above please visit our ePlanning website, or alternatively you can print and complete a letter of submission.
In order to be a properly made submission, which allows a right of appeal in the Planning and Environment Court, submissions need to meet the following criteria:
- The submission must be in writing and, unless provided electronically, be signed by each person making the submission.
- The names and residential or business addresses of all people making the submission must be stated. One postal or email address for the submission must be provided to allow Council to correspond if necessary.
- The submission must state the reasons for the submission, and provide facts and circumstances to support these reasons.
- It must be received during the notification period.
For further information regarding the public notification process and your rights as a submitter please visit the Department of Local Government, Racing and Multicultural Affairs.
Submissions are not confidential
Submissions are NOT confidential. State legislation requires Council to keep copies of submissions available for inspection and purchase by members of the public until such time as the application is finalised. Council is also required to publish the submission on Council's website.
Council has made the decision to continue to publish submissions on Council’s website, even after the application has been finalised. Submissions may also be viewed at a later date as part of a right to information request response.
Names, addresses and email addresses for each submission will be attached to the decision notice for the application. This will be given to the applicant, and published on Council’s website.
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