Every property in the Clarence Valley has a zone which dictates that property's development controls. If you have a development plan that sits outside those controls, you'll need to know more about planning proposals to apply for rezoning.
Here's what you need to know about making a planning proposal.
Contributions plans set out the local infrastructure required to meet the demand from new development, and the contributions we can levy on developers to fund the necessary land and works.
Lodging your planning proposal is the first step to rezoning land in the Clarence Valley.
A Voluntary Planning Agreement (or VPA) is an agreement entered into by a planning authority such as a council and a developer.