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Please note as part of the assessment process, other residents in the area may be contacted.
Or download, print and complete the heavy vehicle application form(PDF, 166KB) and bring it to one of our customer service offices.
The current Local Law prohibits the parking of an oversize vehicle on private residential land, however in certain circumstances a Permit will be issued to the owner of the land to permit the parking.
The purpose of the permit assessment is to ensure that the oversize vehicle does not impact on neighbouring properties, public safety or cause damage to Shire assets.
Prior to approval being granted a number of considerations will be assessed and applicants should provide as much information as part of an application to outline why consideration should be given.
Mornington Peninsula Shire General Purpose Local Law Clause 33, states that an operator or responsible person must not without a Permit allow a vehicle over six (6) metres in length (including trailer and fittings) and with a Gross Vehicle Mass in excess of 4.5 tonnes to be parked, kept, stored or repaired on any property which is in a Residential area.