Planning Scheme Amendments - Amendment C100 - General Amendment
Council has prepared Planning Scheme Amendment C100 (commonly known as a General Amendment).
The Amendment has been undertaken by Council to correct mapping anomalies in the South Gippsland Planning Scheme. Mapping anomalies (or errors) should be corrected as they can impose unnecessary planning permit requirements on landowners.
The mapping errors affected by this Amendment includes split zoning (where a lot is affected by two zones), inappropriate zoning (e.g. private land zoned for public purposes) or overlays being incorrectly applied to land. The Amendment was adopted by Council at its August 2017 Ordinary Council Meeting and is now to be submitted to the Minister for Planning for approval.
Below are the official Amendment C100 documents. These documents explain what the Amendment does and will assist you in understanding if the Amendment affects you. Letters have been sent to all affected landowners and occupiers.
The following documents form part of the Amendment however do not typically affect landowners.
If you want to learn more about the planning scheme amendment process, see the online document Using Victoria's Planning System. See Chapter 2 Amendments.
Closing date for submissions to the Amendment was 8 June 2017. No more submissions can be received.
Planning Scheme Amendment C100 was adopted by Council at its Ordinary Council Meeting on Wednesday 23 August 2017. Council resolved to adopt the amendment and submit it to the Minister for Planning for approval. The officer's report recommending adoption of the amendment can be viewed here.
Enquiries regarding the Amendment should be directed to Ken Griffiths on 5662 9236 or email