Northern Midlands

Planning Applications

Below are planning applications currently on public exhibition and their closing dates.
The information on this website is provided for assistance only.
The Northern Midlands Council does not accept responsibility for any errors or omissions in the information provided.
The complete package of plans and documents relating to each application can be viewed at the Northern Midlands Council offices, 13 Smith Street, Longford, from 8.30am to 5.00pm during the public exhibition period.

closing 25.07.17

  • P17-126 - 57 High Street, Campbell Town: (CT 149224/1) - Replace grandstand with club rooms, amenities & function space, relocate grandstand roof to create shelter shed adjacent to pool, carpark, retaining wall, tree removal & cenotaph refurbishment [Click Here]
  • P17-158 - 8 Stieglitz Street, Avoca: (CT 10795/2) - Shed (21m x 12m, apex 7.9m) (vary setbacks in rural zone & within 50m of railway) - heritage-listed place [Click Here]
  • P17-173 - 14 Lewis Street, Longford: (CT 55766/2) - Dwelling additions & alterations (vary [W] side setback & building envelope) [Click Here]

closing 28.07.17

P17-175 - 12A Elizabeth Street, Perth - Garage and attached lean-to - vary side and rear setbacks click here

P17-166 - Midland Highway, Illawarra Road and adjoining properties, Perth - Perth Link roads roadworks (bypass) and associated works - download

closing 01.08.2017

  • P17-178 - 873 Illawarra Road, Longford: (CT 40413/1) - Signage x 3 (other signs) within scenic corridor [Click Here]

How to make a representation to an application

A representation may be either in objection or support of a planning application. You can make a representation to a proposed planning application by writing to Council explaining your reasons. The written representation must be received by Council during the public exhibition time of the planning application. Representations are to be sent to: The General Manager - via mail to PO Box 156, Longford 7301; hand-delivery to 13 Smith St, Longford; or via a pdf letter emailed to

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