Public notification and consultation
Council is required to notify adjoining and neighbouring owners that may be affected by a development proposal unless the proposal is of a minor nature. Therefore, in most instances, Council will send out notification letters to persons or organisations that may wish to comment on or object to the proposed development.
In some circumstances, Council is also required to advertise a Development Application in the local newspaper (refer to Section A3 of the Randwick Comprehensive Development Control Plan 2013). DAs that require advertising in the local press will incur an additional advertising fee.
Make a submission
During the notification/advertising period, the notification plans will be available for viewing online. Any interested parties are invited to view the plans and make submissions.
Please note that it is an offence under section 10.6 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979 to provide false or misleading information in a submission.
For further information, please refer to Making submissions on development applications PDF, 316.82 KB.