Use or Development Consent

Notification of Landowner(s)

As required under Section 52 of the Land Use Planning and Approvals Act 1993, if an applicant is not the owner of the land in the use or development site, the applicant is required to notify all of the owner either prior to or within 7 days from the date of making the planning application. The applicant must sign the application form to acknowledge the obligation to advise such landowners that the planning application has been made.

Crown Land Consent

Crown Land consent is also required for applications for use and development that impacts on State Roads or land/reserves managed by the Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service.

State Roads

Written consent is required from the Department of State Growth for any use or development of land that impacts on any Tasmanian State Road.

Apply for Crown Landowner Consent for use or development on a State Road.

National Parks and Reserves

Consent is required from the Department of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania for any use or development on land that is managed by the Parks and Wildlife Service or is reserved under the Natural Conservation Act 2002.

Please note that the Parks and Wildlife Service is not responsible for lands administered by other departments, for example school sites even though these are Crown Land.

Click here to request further advice from Property Services or to make an application for Crown Landowner Consent.

Your application cannot proceed until you have obtained written consent from the management Agency for the Crown Land that you are proposing to use or develop.

Council-Owned or Administered Land

Written consent is required from your local council General Manager for any use or development that impacts on any council-owned or administered land.

If you are unsure whether the property named in your application is council-owned or administered, please contact your local council for further advice.

Your application cannot proceed until you have obtained written consent from the relevant council General Manager for the Council-owned or administered land that you are proposing to use or develop.

Updated: 10th May 2022