Planning and building permits are required to develop land in a way that will result in two or more dwellings on a given parcel of land. This includes constructing a dwelling to the rear of an existing, or constructing two dwellings on a vacant parcel.
It is important to keep in mind that although a permit can be granted, it does mean a permit will be necessarily granted in your case. Council must assess all the relevant information during the application process before a decision can be made. Council will determine whether the proposal will produce acceptable outcomes against the relevant clauses of the Frankston Planning Scheme. It is therefore not possible to advise whether an application will be supported before a decision is made.