Engineering Forms

Asset Protection

An Asset Protection Permit ensures that public assets and infrastructure are kept safe during building works.

Under Council's Local Law No. 7 (2003), an Asset Protection Permit must be taken out by the person(s) responsible for arranging the works.

 

Apply for Asset Protection Permit

Apply for Asset Protection Bond Refund

 

Build Over Easement

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

Corner Fence Dispensation

Corner Fence Dispensation Application Form from the Infrastructure Department is required in addition to Siting Matters - Report and Consent (Dispensation) Application that may also be required

Drainage Inspection

Drainage Tapping Permit

A Drainage Tapping Permit is required whenever there is a proposed new or alternative pipe connection to a Frankston City Council stormwater discharge point.

Apply for a Drainage Tapping Permit

Flood Prone Dispensation

Any proposed structure within a designated flood prone area requires a report and consent by Council.

Nature Strip Planting Permit

A Nature Strip Planting Permit is issued by Council to residents who wish to beautify and plant on the nature strip directly outside their residence.

Apply for Nature Strip Planting Permit

PSB and Subdivision

All Council Asset works are subject to plan checking and supervision fees in accordance with the Subdivision Act (Version No. 055 Subdivision Act 1988 Act No.53/1988)

Request the Location of your Stormwater Discharge Point

A stormwater discharge point (also called a legal point of discharge) is the location that Council allocates for each property in the municipality for stormwater to flow into the drainage network.

Request the location of your Stormwater Discharge Point

Road Opening Permit

A Road Opening Permit is a permit for digging or excavation within the road reserve (this includes the nature strip, footpath, kerb, channel and street).

Apply for Road Opening Permit

Vehicle Crossing Permit

Property owners must get a Vehicle Crossing Permit when planning to remove, change or upgrade an existing crossing or to construct a new vehicle crossing. A vehicle crossing is the council approved access point into a property from the property boundary to the street.

Apply for Vehicle Crossing Permit

Contact Us

For further information contact Sustainable Assets
Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
PO Box 490
Frankston 3199
P. 1300 322 322
E. info@frankston.vic.gov.au

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