Australian Property and Planning Information
Townplanning.com.au is your window into the town planning and land title systems that operate throughout Australia.
By simply entering an address you will be able to access planning and land title information
about the property in which you are interested.
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Zoning defines where restrictions are needed upon certain types of use or development. It establishes whether a planning permit is required and if a use is prohibited in a certain area. More Zoning Information
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Planning refers to the decisions that change the environment and affect everyday life. These planning decisions may influence how people get to work, where they work, shop and what they do in their spare time. More Detailed Planning Information
Property investment is a key path to wealth creation but it is most important that decisions in relation to property are based on the best available information. More Property Details Information
Townplanning.com.au - Property Information
Planning systems are different in each state and territory of Australia and there are significant variations in regions and municipalities within the various states. Our objective is to simplify this process by providing a planning and property portal that facilitates information retrieval that is essential to any person involved in property investigations or transactions. Information delivered through this portal is extracted from current government sources.
Townplanning.com.au is your window into the planning systems that operate throughout Australia. By simply entering an address you will be able to access planning information about the property in which you are interested. The free information retrieved in the initial search includes:
- The lot and lodged plan number;
- The area of the land parcel;
- The relevant local government authority;
- The planning zone which affects the property;
- The relevant Local Environmental Plan or planning scheme with a link to the source document;
- The maximum building height where applicable; and
- And the relevant floor space Ratio
Any serious purchaser, developer, planning or property professional, needs to acquire a certificate of title before any action is taken in relation to a property transaction. We provide the facility to acquire the relevant certificate of title information which is relevant to the enquiry.
Additional links will be progressively introduced to widen the free services that we provide.Contact us for enquiries and suggestions.
$3 billion for the Sydney Metro West
The NSW Government has reserved an initial $3 billion for the Sydney Metro West, which will link the Sydney CBD with Parramatta and Westmead via The Bays Precinct and Sydney Olympic Park. The funds will facilitate the design the new metro railway stations and precincts, commence the planning approvals process and continue the community and industry consultation that has been taking place.
The NSW Government will invest $28 million in 2018 to complete the final business case. Subject to the final business case, construction on Sydney Metro West is scheduled to begin in 2019.
Minister Rejects Compulsory Acquisition At Marong
A planning scheme amendment in Bendigo that would have seen farmland compulsorily acquired for the development of the Marong Business Park has been rejected by the Minister for Planning. This decision was made in response to objections by the owners and a negative recommendation by an independent planning panel.
The recommendation by the independent panel recommended that there was insufficient justification to apply the overlay, and that continued farming would not prejudice the future use of the land, should it be required for a business park in the future. This finding was not accepted by the Council, but their decision was overridden by the Minister.
Major Development Planning in North Melbourne
The Victorian State Government recently released a plan for significant investment in North Melbourne. The aim is to transform the precinct of Arden from an industrial precinct into a major employment and residential destination across 50 hectares of land between Macaulay Road, Dryburgh Street and the Moonee Ponds Creek. It is claimed the project will create up to 34,000 jobs and house up to 15,000 people.