Public notifications - applications on public notice

Lodged development applications sometimes need public notification as part of their assessment process.

This lets neighbours and others have a say about a development before a decision is made. This is known as a representation.

  • Representations must be submitted before the closing date of the notification process. Late submissions cannot be accepted.   
  • Plans, specifications and technical drawings or content are protected by copyright laws. They must not be reproduced.

Planning Development and Infrastructure Act

Applications lodged since 19 March 2021 - view the plans: PlanSA website

  • Use the PlanSA search feature. Enter a specific address, the application ID or enter City of Tea Tree Gully to view all within our council area.
  • You will be able to submit a representation through PlanSA 

Current notifications

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Current approved exemptions under the Local Nuisance and Litter Control Act 2016 

These exemptions are for applications that have approval to commence work before the normal time that they can start work in the morning.

There are no current exemptions.