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Information relating to legislation, local laws and regulations about planning and building in the City of Melville.
The Building Act 2011 replaces much of the Local Government (miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1960, and amends a range of associated acts.
Are you preparing to submit an application to the City of Melville to build or renovate a property? Did you know that you can now lodge your Planning or Building applications online?
Online requests for Planning and Building at the City of Melville (Click on the button next to DEVELOPMENT to submit your enquiry) If you would like to speak to a Planning or Building Officer before submitting your application, please contact the City of Melville on 9364 0111.
The forms and fact sheets in this section relate to such things as pool removal, energy efficiency, application for building licence etc, concerning residents of the City of Melville. Please Note: Only ONE copy of all plans and relevant forms is required when lodging an application with the City of Melville.
A list of all current City of Melville Policies, including those related to Planning and Building
Demolition of Buildings and Major Structures.
Information regarding fees, GST, refunds and exemptions.
Builders or owners MUST obtain consent from the owner of any adjoining land affected by your building work.
The Building Services Board aims to ensure the highest possible standards in the Western Australian building industry.
If you have any enquiries in regard to obtaining a refund of your Kerb Security Deposit please see below.
The Residential Design Codes (R Codes) provides the basis for controlling residential development throughout Western Australia and has had effect from 4 October 2002.
Information you may need to know about buying a unit in a strata scheme.
General guidelines of events required to subdivide a property within the City of Melville.
The City of Melville encourages the development of sustainable homes.
Development Assessment Panels (DAP) came into effect on 1 July 2011. Development Assessment Panels have been created to determine applications which exceed a certain cost of development in place of Local Governments.
Welcome to the future of the City of Melville. The City of Melville is constantly developing plans and strategies to ensure a sustainable and comfortable future. Here you will find information, plans, strategies and visions of the future, and opportunities for you to be involved.