Certificate of Compliance (planning)

A Certificate of Compliance (Planning) is a formal certificate stating that your proposed or existing use or development complies with the requirements of the planning scheme, and therefore does not require a planning permit.

The Certificates of Compliance you can apply for are either:

  • Existing Use or Development form 14:
    a certificate stating that an existing use or development of land complies with the requirements of the planning scheme at the date of the certificate.
  • Proposed Use or Development form 15:
    a certificate stating that a proposed use or development of land, or part of, would comply with the requirements of the planning scheme at the date of the certificate.

For more information about Certificates of Compliance refer to our fact sheet and application form.

To apply for a Certificate of Compliance council requires the following:

Need help?

If you have any queries about or need assistance with heritage or the Port Phillip Heritage Review, please contact us:

Email: planhelp@portphillip.vic.gov.au
Phone: 03 9209 6424
In person: visit the Planning and Building Counter at St Kilda Town Hall between 8.30 am and 5 pm Monday to Friday

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