Planning certificates are official documents issued under the authority of the Planning and Environment Act 1987. They are mainly used to satisfy the requirements of the Sale of Land Act 1962, under which the vendor of a property is required to provide details of the land zoning, and any overlay controls or exhibited proposed amendments to the planning scheme.
Planning Certificates for the Pyrenees Shire are now issued online using LANDATA® Titles, Property Certificates and Crown Land Status Reports.
Applying for a planning certificate online
You can apply for a planning certificate over the Internet, by opening
LANDATA® Titles, Property Certificates and Crown Land Status Reports and filling out a number of simple screens. You will need to supply:
- Either your contact details, or your login identification (if you are a registered user)
- Information about the property or properties in question
- Your credit card details for the purchase of the certificate or certificates.
Further information about obtaining planning certificates is available by contacting the Land Information Centre:
Land Information Centre
Level 10, 570 Bourke Street
Melbourne VIC 3000
Phone: (03) 8636 2831