Key things to remember when writing a submission
- If your submission concerns a property other than where you live, give details of that property and of your interest in it.
- To ensure that the Planning Authority (Council) considers your submission, it must be received by the specified closing date.
- Do not use this form to object to an application for a planning permit to use or develop land.
A submission should
- Give the submitter’s name, email, affected address (if relevant) and phone number for contact during office hours. In the case of a submission made jointly by a number of people, the submission should nominate one person as the group’s representative to receive notices and for representation at a panel hearing.
- Set out the submitter’s views on the amendment (for example why the submitter supports or opposes the amendment and how the amendment will materially affect the submitter).
- Set out what the submitter would like the planning authority to do (for example abandon the proposal completely, exclude certain land from its effect, change certain requirements of the amendment, etc.)
Alternative methods for making a submission
planningstrategy [at] bayside.vic.gov.au (subject: Amendment%20C155%20Submission)
Please note the planning authority must make a copy of any submission available for any person to inspect. If you have any queries about this, please contact our Privacy Officer on (03) 9599 4444 or at privacy [at] bayside.vic.gov.au (subject: Amendment%20privacy%20request)