Development Control Services:
Subdivision Approval must be received any time the boundaries of a parcel of land are altered. This includes creating new lots from a larger parcel, consolidating two or more lots, or changing the boundary between adjacent lots. There are very few exceptions to either of these situations.
Most subdivision approvals require a Plan of Subdivision, but some can be done with a simpler document called an Instrument of Subdivision. Your surveyor can prepare either document for you and can guide you through the process.
Our processing time for ordinary applications is about 8 to 10 weeks.
Fees are shown on the application.