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Permits and Applications

Development Application

Development Application

Further information relating to Development Applciations, timeframes and processes can be accessed here or by contacting Council's Port Lincoln (Development) Branch Office in person at 38 Washington Street, Port Lincoln, via phone: 8623 0600 or email: development@dclep.sa.gov.au 

Fire Permit Application

Fire Permit Application 

Alteration to Kerbing for Driveway Access

When planning to construct a driveway access to a property, you will need to complete an Authorisation to Alter Public Road form and submit to Council for approval. A letter will be sent advising if approval has been granted and any conditions that may need to be adhered to.

Authorisation to Alter Public Road 

Electrical Cabling or Pipe Under Roadway

When needing to lay electrical cabling or pipe under a road way then the below form will need to be completed and submitted to Council for their approval. A letter will be sent advising if approval has been granted and any conditions that may need to be adhered to.

Authorisation to Alter Public Road 

Special Event Permit

A Special Event Permit is required if you wish to use any Council or Community owned land to hold an event.

A Special Event Permit must be submitted to Council along with a copy of the hosts Public Liability Insurance showing coverage of a minimum of $10,000,000. 

The application will be assessed by Council and a letter will be provided advising if the approval has been granted and any conditions that may need to be adhered to.

Special Event Permit  

Seed Collection

If an organisation wishes to collect seeds on Council owned land, a letter of request needs to be sent to Council. The letter should advise of the type of seeds that are proposed for collection, location and date.

The request will be assessed by Council and a letter will be provided advising if the approval has been granted and any conditions that may need to be adhered to. 

Tree Removal on Road Reserve

If requesting the removal of a tree located on Council's road reserve, the following application needs to be completed and submitted to Council.

The application will be assessed by Council and a letter will be provided advising if the approval has been granted and any conditions that may need to be adhered to.

Please note - This permit is not for the collection of dead wood from road reserves as it is prohibited to remove dead wood from road reserves under Native Vegetation laws. Fallen timber is imporant in the recycling of nutrients and can provied habitat for various organisms.

Authorisation to Alter Public Road

Tree Removal on Other Council Land

If requesting the removal of a tree located on other Council land, the following application needs to be completed and submitted to Council.

The application will be assessed by Council and a letter will be provided advising if the approval has been granted and any conditions that may need to be adhered to.

Authorisation to Undertake Works on Land Under Councils Care and Control

Overdimensional or Overmass Load Application

When requesting permission to transport an overdimensional or overmass load on Council roads, the following application needs to be completed and submitted to Council.

The application will be assessed by Council and a letter will be provided advising of any comment council has in regard to the application and any conditions that may need to be adhered to. The applicant will then need to provide their application and Council's letter of comment to the Department of Transport Energy and Infrastructure for their approval.

Overmass or Overdimensional Load Clearance

Rubber Tracked Vehicle Application

When requesting permission to transport a rubber tracked vehicle on Council roads the following application will need to be completed and submitted to Council.

The application will be assessed by Council and a letter will be provided advising if the approval has been granted and any conditions that may need to be adhered to.

Rubber Tracked Vehicle Application

Liquor Licences

If you are intending to host a party or organising an event where liquor will be sold, you are required to obtain a liquor licence.

Application forms may be obtained from the Office of the Liquor and Gambling Commissioner (OLGC), all Police Stations OR alternatively please click here to access the OLGC website and download the application form direct.

Council must be given the opportunity to comment on the application, and therefore requires notification in writing from the applicant providing the following details :

  • Nature of proposed event
  • Venue
  • Date and time
  • Hours of operation

Council will then provide comment to the OLGC regarding the application.

 

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