Check the Status of a Development Application

The new Planning, Development and Infrastructure Act 2016 came into effect from the 19 March 2021 and all new applications are now required to be lodged through the ePlanning Portal. You can track the status of an application here.

All development applications lodged after the 19 March 2021 and subject to public notification under the new Act are now listed on the PlanSA website. You can view applications currently on notice by clicking the links below.  

Follow the steps below to view and check the status of a Development Application lodged prior to the 19 March 2019. 

 

Online

Step 1.Visit our online portal

Online portal

  • Select 'Development Application search' 
  • Select 'List of Development Applications' and 'Next'
  • You can search applications using an Address, Application Number, Certificate of title or the date lodged

Step 2.View the status of your application

  • Click on the Application number displayed on the left hand side
  • This will provide you an overview of the application including the status
  • If a decision has been made the outcome will appear under 'Decision Details'.

Step 3.Need help?

If you are unsure what the status means, or need further assistance, please contact us by telephone.

Telephone

Step 1.Have your information ready

You can view the status of a current Development Application by searching address, certificate of title, lodgement date or application number.

Step 2.Give us a call

08 8372 5111

Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5pm

In person

Step 1.Have your information ready

You can view the status of a current Development Application by searching address, certificate of title, lodgement date or application number.

Step 2.Visit us in person

181 Unley Road, Unley.

Monday to Friday, 8.30am - 5pm

You can also access our interactive Development Application Dashboard to view a map based summary of all applications lodged across the City of Unley. Please note this will only show applications up until the 19 March 2021.