Development Applications on notice
Public notification allows neighbours and other interested parties to be notified about a development that may affect them, so that they have the opportunity to comment. By formally supporting or opposing a development, you can help influence the decision-making of an application.
Public notification categories are set by the state government’s Development Act 1993 and Regulations 2008:
- Category 1 developments - no notification
- Category 2 developments - adjacent land owners/occupiers only
- Category 3 developments - adjacent land owners/occupiers, those directly affected and the general public via newspaper notice
If you have been notified of a proposed development you can make a representation in support of, or in opposition to, an application. Representations must be made in writing and must set out your case for supporting or opposing the proposed development.
Find out more about how to lodge a written representation.
You can request a copy of Development Application Plans on Public Notice(PDF, 98KB) here OR you can request to view or copy Development Plans which are not on Public Notice via this link at Request-to-View-Copy-Development-Plans-Reports.pdf(PDF, 356KB)
Listed below are the Category 2 and 3 applications currently on public notification.
Please note that if the search returns a "no results found" this indicates that there are no current applications on notice under the Development Act 1993 and Regulations 2008.
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For development applications lodged after the 19 March 2021 and subject to public notification under the Planning, Development and Infrastructure Act 2016, refer to the PlanSA website on how to have your say.