Report and consent
Get Council approval to carry out work that differs from building regulations or impacts community assets, infrastructure, and amenity.
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What is it?
Report and consent is an application process. It’s where you consult with Council and seek approval from us to carry out work that:
- differs from Building Regulations 2018
- requires special consideration
- may impact community assets or infrastructure.
Who is it suitable for?
If you’re applying for a building permit, you may need consent before you obtain your building permit approval and start work.
How do I know if my building plans require consent?
A professional who prepares your plans or your building surveyor assessing your plans can advise you when a project requires a report and consent from Council.
You may get advice from your:
- building surveyor
- architect or draftsperson.
Types of report and consent applications
Help and support
If you have any questions or need help, please contact the Building team:
Online: My Port Phillip
Phone: 03 9209 6253
In person: visit the Planning and Building Counter at St Kilda Town Hall during opening hours (8.30 am to 5 pm, Monday to Friday)