In accordance with the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority Regulations 2011, the erection of a single dwelling on a lot with an area greater than 260mdoesn't require development approval in the Armadale Redevelopment Area.

You will still need to get planning advice from us first, then apply to the City of Armadale for a building permit for such works.

To apply for planning advice please submit your request via the form below.

What is required for an application?

In order to complete a request for planning advice you will need A3 pdf copies of your site plan, floor plan and elevations.

Please refer to the Information Sheet for detailed requirements for each of these.

Are there any fees associated with the application process?

No, there is currently no fee associated with this process.

What happens after I apply?

We will provide planning advice via email detailing if the works need development approval or not.

Should the works require development approval, a full development application must be submitted for our assessment. Please refer to our Development Application Checklist for essential requirements when lodging development applications.

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If you don't receive an email acknowledgement of your application within an hour of completing this form (assuming it is not in your spam/junk folder) you will need to resubmit.

In accordance with the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority Regulations 2011 (as amended), the erection of a single house on a lot with an area greater than 260sqm - if the dwelling complies with the relevant planning framework - is exempt from requiring planning approval.

Thank you for taking the time to complete this form.

Unfortunately your application doesn’t meet the minimum size requirements to progress.

You will need to submit a development application to us for assessment. Please refer to our Development Application Checklist for essential requirements when lodging development applications.

'Single House' is defined as a dwelling standing wholly on its own green title or survey-strata lot, together with an easement over adjoining land for support of a wall or for access or services and excludes dwellings on titles with areas held in common property.

Thank you for taking the time to complete this form.

This planning advice process is for single houses only.

Please refer to our Development Application Checklist for essential requirements when lodging development applications or contact our planning team on 6557 0700 should you require further information.