Concurrent application decisions
If the Development Consent Authority (DCA) approves a concurrent application, the amendment will come into effect the day the permit is issued.
Approval of a concurrent application involves both:
- an amendment to a planning scheme approved by the minister
- a development permit issued by the consent authority, in relation to the amendment.
Read how to make a concurrent application.
Find proposals that are currently on exhibition on the Development Applications Online website.
The table below lists decisions to approve concurrent applications in the last 30 days.
It also has the planning scheme amendment, development permit and reasons for each decision.
|Reference||Planning scheme amendment||Development permit||Description||Location||Reasons for decision||Effective date|
Concurrent application to:
|Lot 7880 Hundred of Bagot (230 Madsen Road, Howard Springs NT 0835)||Reasons for decision||27/05/2022|
|PA2021/0128||Amendment 40||DP22/0102||Concurrent application to:||Section 2980 and Section 2982 Hundred of Bagot (123 Menaja Road and 260 Whitewood Road, Howard Springs NT 0835)||Reasons for decision||13/05/2022|
|PA2021/0309||Amendment 38||DP22/0062||Concurrent application to:||Lot 1238 Town of Tennant Creek|
33 Leichhardt Street
Tennant Creek NT 0860
|Reasons for decision||1/04/2022|
To find out about previous concurrent application decisions, contact a planner from Development Assessment Services.
Last updated: 27 May 2022
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