Planning Forms, Fees & Checklists
Application for a Planning Permit form
Application for a VicSmart Planning Permit Form
Application to Amend a Planning Permit Under Secondary Consent
Application to Amend a Planning Permit under Section 72 form
Application to Amend a Planning Application form
Application for an Extension of Time to a Planning Permit
Objection to Grant a Planning Permit form
Lodgement of plans to comply with planning permit conditions form
Application for copies of planning permits & endorsed plans form
Application for a Certificate of Compliance form
Credit Card Payment Form
Planning Application Fees vary depending on the type and cost of the proposed development and are specified in the Planning & Environment (Fees) Regulations 2016 which came into effect on 13 October 2016.
Planning Services - Fee Schedule(PDF, 273KB)
Please note - Effective 1 July 2017, the Planning Services Fees will be increasing in accordance with the Planning & Environment (Fees) Regulations 2016. Please see new fee schedule below:
Planning Services - Fee Schedule - effective 01 July 2017(PDF, 235KB)
Metropolitan Planning Levy
On 1 July 2015, a new Metropolitan Planning Levy under the Planning and Environment Act 1987 was introduced by the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP).
Payment of the levy must be made prior to making a planning permit application for developments valued at over $1,013,692.16 (current threshold for 2016/2017) within metropolitan council areas, of which the Mornington Peninsula Shire is part of.
The levy rate is set at $1.30 per $1000 (or 0.13% of the whole value of the development) for affected developments. For example, if the estimated cost of development for a planning permit application is $1,500,000, then the MPL payable would be $1,950 ($1,500,000 divided by $1,000 = $1,500 then $1,500 x $1.30 = $1,950)
If required, the levy must be paid to the State Revenue Office to receive a levy certificate. Mornington Peninsula Shire, as a responsible authority within the Melbourne metropolitan area are required to check that a valid levy certificate is submitted with a planning permit application if required. We are unable to accept any applications for development that do not come supplied with a levy certificate (if required).
Further information, including how to apply for a Metropolitan Planning Levy certificate, can be found on the State Revenue Office website.
Fee Waivers for Not for Profit & Community Organisations
Some not for profit and community organisations may be eligible for a waiver of their planning application fee. Refer to the below guidelines or contact Planning Services on 5950 1010 to find out more.
Planning Services - Fee waiver process(PDF, 113KB)
Use the checklists to assist with the preparation and submission of planning applications.
Checklist for Advertising Signage(PDF, 106KB)
Checklist to Construct a Dwelling or Dwelling Additions within a Green Wedge Zone(PDF, 120KB)
Checklist to Construct or Alter a Single Dwelling(PDF, 112KB)
Checklist to Construct Two or More Dwellings on a Lot(PDF, 106KB)
Checklist for Commercial Development Works or Change of Use(PDF, 114KB)
Checklist for a Liquor Licence(PDF, 110KB)
Checklist for a Certificate of Compliance(PDF, 59KB)
VicSmart Checklists can be located on the following page:
VicSmart - a simpler planning permit process
The Minister for Planning is the responsible authority for delivering Mornington Peninsula Shire planning certificates. All applications for planning certificates must be lodged with LANDATA. Planning certificates do not show the locations of zone boundaries or additional site specific controls that may apply to some development requirements. It is therefore important to check the Planning Scheme or contact the Planning Services Unit on 5950 1010.