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Application Search

Council's Application Search can be used to track the progress of applications currently under assessment by Council (Development Application or a Complying Development Certificate), to view past development approvals against a property, or to make a submission on a Development Application. You can also use this search function to track the progress of a Planning Proposal application and an Offer to Enter into a Planning Agreement.

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    • Make sure all street names are spelled correctly.
    • When typing street names, do not put the street type e.g. type Smith NOT Smith Street.
    • Application numbers can be typed as 100/2009 or 2009/100

    Application Search Instructions

    Use the field above to search for a specific application number (e.g. DA2019/0123) or alternatively the property address (please ensure no spaces are between unit and house numbers, e.g. 14/21 Smith Street).

    The relevant property address or application number will appear in bold directly under the search field, select this to proceed to the search results.

    Notes: Use Council’s Property Search tool to view specific property details including zoning information, maps and land use permissibility information, land valuation details, lot size and development approvals.

    If the application that you are searching for was lodged prior to 2005, you may need to complete an Informal Request for Information, to receive access to the property files.

    Disclaimer – Privacy and Copyright
    The Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA Act) provides that anyone may inspect, free of charge, certain documents held by a Council, including (among others) Development Applications and associated documents. A Council complying with its obligation under the GIPA Act does not breach copyright law. However a person who through this process obtains a copy of a survey or other plans subject to copyright, would be in break of copyright law if those plans were later used in a way adverse to the interest of the holder of the copyright. If you do copy, reproduce, republish, upload to a third party, transmit or distribute in any way plans, building specifications or other documents subject to copyright, contrary to the provisions of the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) you will be taken to have indemnified Northern Beaches Council against any claim or action in respect to breach of copyright.

    Please note, by lodging a Development Application, applicant’s acknowledge and agree to the use of all relevant plans and reports lodged with the application for public exhibition purposes and note that they will be made available to the public on Council’s Application Search.