Due to current wet weather conditions the Apollo Bay Airfield runway has soft edges. Exercise extreme caution at this airfield.
Building permits relate to structures and are required to ensure a construction complies with regulations. Separate to a planning permit, you may need a building permit for a new build, extension, alteration, change of use, fence or retaining wall.
A Building Permit can be obtained through a private building surveyor who will assess your application, issue the permit and carry out the inspections.
Further information on Building Surveyor's can be found on the Victorian Building Authority website
Common types of building work and whether you need a building permit to undertake the works.
Building permits can be obtained through a registered private building surveyor. Find out more in this section.
Building Regulations contain several provisions where Council can decide on a variation to a proposal that does not comply with the relevant regulation.
The building department can assist in providing details relating to your property, including property information certificates and copies of building permits and plans
If you are intending to carry out building works, you have an obligation under the Building Act to protect any neighbouring properties from potential damage. Find out more here.
These registers list all building permits which have approval from a building surveyor for works to start as well as properties where construction has been completed and the building is fit for use.
Find a Building Surveyor for your project.