Modification of a consent
We understand that sometimes things change. If any element of your proposed development changes after we've given consent, you’ll need to submit an application to modify.
Modifications must result in the development being substantially the same as the originally approved development.
When completing the application, you’ll need to indicate the type of modification you’re proposing, and provide appropriate details:
- Minor - Section 96(1) - to correct a minor error, an incorrect description or miscalculation.
- Minimal impact - Section 96(1A) - Where the modification has little environmental impact. For example, internal design changes or minor changes to the facade of a building.
- Other - Section 96(2) - Changes that may have a larger impact such as modifying the building height or additional lots within a subdivision.
Fees apply to an application to modify an existing consent.
Important: If your proposed modification means the outcome is substantially different from your original proposal, you’ll need to submit a new development application.