Crown landowner consent
If a proposed development requires the use of Crown land you need to include with the planning permit the consent of the Minister responsible for the administration of the Crown land.
If a proposed development involves the development of Crown land, in accordance with the provisions of the Land Use Planning and Approvals Act 1993, applications to Council must be accompanied by the consent of the Minister responsible for the administration of the Crown land.
If a proposal involves Crown land that is managed by the Department of State Growth on behalf of Minister for Infrastructure (for example, State road and rail land), an application for Crown Landowner Consent form must be completed and submitted to Department of State Growth.
Before commencing the online application all necessary documents must be available for uploading.
Please note – You will only be able to submit the application once mandatory documents have been uploaded. For the best experience, we recommend using Chrome, Edge, Firefox or Safari.
Applications must be received by the Department of State Growth at least 20 business days before your expected start date for works, to allow enough time to assess your application.
No works are to be undertaken until a written permit has been issued.
If you have any questions, please call us on (03) 6166 3369.