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Phone number: 02 4645 4000
Find out about how to lodge a Development Application and view details of applications submitted to Council for approval. You can also view development proposals on exhibition and we can assist you with navigating the area of certification.
Planning Policies and Controls including Community Participation Plan (CPP), Local Environmental Plans (LEPs), Interim Development Orders (IDOs) and Development Control Plans (DCPs).
Development proposals being notified or on public exhibition as well as information registers.
You can do some work at your house without approval. Click here to find out more.
Assists with navigating the area of Certification of works being carried out.
This information will assist you in navigating through the Development Application and Approval process. Also information on Exempt and Complying Development.
If you establish that a DA is required to be lodged for your development proposal, you can find more information about the various stages within the DA process in this section.
Details of applications submitted to Council for approval and determined applications
Through consultation with the local community, we have developed many long term plans and strategies to provide visions to support and guide the growth of the City of Campbelltown.
Information on Hoardings, Relocatable Dwellings, Solid Fuel Heating Devices, Waste Water Management System, Filming, Building Certificates, Compliance Certificates, Dividing fences and Heritage items
The Design Excellence Panel (CDEP) is to advise on the design quality of certain development types and proposals. The Panel members will provide expert advice on matters referred to them.
Important information for all property managers, owners, tenants and business operators.
The Local Planning Panel comprises of highly qualified people independent of Council. The panel determines a range of development applications on behalf of Council.