Lodge and Track Planning Applications

Planning Applications

You can continue to lodge the following applications and submit and track the following planning applications online.

View the Planning Application Checklist & Information Sheet

Simply follow the step-by-step process and make sure you attach all documents required to accurately assess your application. Hint: Check the size of the documents you are attaching, the larger the document the longer the process may take to upload your files, which may require some patience. If the total for all attachments (10 per application) exceeds 150MB, please contact Planning administration 9364 0111. ***

Full Payment is required at the time of lodgement of an application with the City of Melville.

To find out what fees you might incur, download our Fees and Charges Schedule.

You can also check the cost of an application pre - lodgement by using the online Fee Calculator.

The following applications should be submitted to City via email ONLY

Amendments to previous Development Approvals

  • Change of Use
  • Gaming Permits
  • Subdivision Clearances
  • Street Renumbering
  • Home Occupation and Home Business

For these applications, complete the City's Planning Application Form (PDF) and email to: PBAdmin@melville.wa.gov.au

For these applications, complete and attach the City's Planning Application Form (PDF), the Planning Application Checklist and Information Sheet and the required documents. Hint: Check the size of the documents you are attaching, the larger the document the longer the process may take to upload your files, which may require some patience. If the total for all attachments (10 per application) exceeds 150MB, please contact Planning administration via email PBAdmin@melville.wa.gov.au

Track Your Planning Application

Frequently Asked Questions

If you are about to start a new project and you have not lodged an application with us before, please consider the following information prior to submitting your application.

Do I need approval or permits?

Some projects will need planning approval as well as a building permit. Use the following links to find out what your requirements are:

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