Planning Fact Sheets

Guide for the preparation of Arboricultural Reports for Planning applications.

Areas located along Victoria's coast have been identified as having the potential to contain Coastal Acid Sulphate Soils (CASS). Information on the appropriateness of buildings and works on these properties.

The Victorian Government introduced the Aboriginal Heritage Act 2006. The Act provides more effective protection of Aboriginal cultural heritage and broadens Aboriginal community involvement in decision making.

Families and friends sometimes solve the problem of finding a suitable home for someone who is dependent on them for daily care by putting a dependent person's unit (sometimes called a granny flat) in their back yard.

A fact sheet provides information about the requirements for lodgement of Electronic Planning Applications.

Fact sheet on why we advertise and who needs to be notified of Planning Applications.

Guide to what you can and can't do when running a business from home without the need for a Planning Permit.

Commercial and Industrial developments often require a planning permit for both buildings and works (physical construction) and for the proposed use.

Fact Sheet on visitor car parking requirements for Multi-dwelling Development applications.

The guide will help applicants with the design Frankston City Council is after in regards to Outdoor Advertising Signage.

Pre-Application meetings are for parties who intend to lodge a planning permit application and would like to meet with Frankston City Council.

Guidelines for Real Estate Signage in the Municipality.

Guidelines for Street Tree Removal required by Council.

These guidelines are intended as a guide for developers and planning permit applicants and will aid in the preparation of a plan to manage waste and recycling needs of proposed multi-unit developments.

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Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
Frankston 3199
P. 1300 322 322

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