The following enquiry selections are provided to assist customers with accessing information and tracking the progress of development applications:
- Development applications currently on Public Exhibition
- Development applications lodged, but not determined
- Development applications that have been determined
- Development applications subject to determination by the Sydney Joint West Regional Planning Panel
In the near future, Council's online services will be expanded to allow electronic lodgement of development applications.
Application Enquiry allows you to follow the progress of Development Applications. Application Enquiry is only available for Development Applications lodged on or after 1 July 2013.
Using Application Enquiry you can access information related to an application online.
This information includes:
- current status of an application
- tasks undertaken as part of the assessment process
- a selection of publicly available electronic documents
- email address for further enquiries
The Application Enquiry function provides only a selection of documents related to development applications. Should you wish to view all documents, you can submit an application to access council documents under the Government Information (Public) Access Act.
Persons wishing to confirm or obtain additional information about applications and certificates should contact Campbelltown City Council by one of the following options:
Telephone: 02 4645 4000
Fax: 02 4645 4111
Mail: 91 Queen Street Campbelltown NSW 2560
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