Adjoining owners comment form
You may need to get approval from your neighbours before carrying out building works. Visit our request building information page if you need to locate adjoining owner contact details.
You may need to apply for asset protection if your building work is likely to impact public infrastructure.
Visit our asset protection page for more information.
Build Over Easement Consent (Council)
Build Over Easement Consent is required when proposing to construct on an easement with a drainage pipe or vested rights by Council's Infrastructure Department.
Visit our building over an easement page for more information.
Build Over Easement Consent (Sewerage Authority)
Build Over Easement Consent is required when proposing to construct on or near an easement with a sewerage asset or vested rights by South East Water (SEWL).
Visit the South East Water website or our Planning page for more information.
Bushfire Attack Level Assessment Report
For building permit applications where the property is within a Bushfire Prone Area (BPA) that requires an assessment on the vegetation surrounding the proposed building/structure to determine what bushfire protection measures may be required.
Request a Bushfire Attack Level Assessment Report.
Legal Point of Discharge
Legal Point of Discharge is the point to which all internal drainage is to be directed and/or connected to Council's drainage network from the property.
Visit our Infrastructure permits page for more information.
If your proposed building work is close to your neighbours' property, you may need to carry out protective work to ensure nearby properties are safe.
Visit our protecting nearby properties page to obtain a Protection Works Notice form.
Frankston City Council has a number of unsewered rural, residential and commercial properties. When considering the purchase of a block of land you should first contact South East Water on 131 694 to find out whether sewer is available.
Visit our septic tanks page for more information.
Soil Type Bore Log Test Declaration
Foundation Soil Type Bore Log Test Declaration Builders and Owners may verify the type of existing ground foundation present onsite for some small structures - fences, garages, verandahs and generally additions up to 20m2 instead of a recommended Soil Report from a Geotechnical Engineer as determined by the Building Surveyor.