Exceptional development permit decisions
After your exceptional development permit (EDP) application is received, it goes to the minister for planning for consideration.
The minister for planning may grant an EDP to:
- allow changes to an existing use or building that was previously permitted but is now prohibited or
- establish a use or development prohibited by a planning scheme.
Read how to apply for an exceptional development permit.
Find proposals that are currently on exhibition on the Development Applications Online website.
The table below lists decisions made in the last 30 days to grant, refuse or vary an EDP.
It also has the permit and reasons for each decision.
|EDP permit||Description||Location||Zone||Decision||Reasons for decision||Decision date|
|EDP22/0002||Dwelling-group (1 x 2 bedroom) in a two storey building (elevated dwelling) within land subject to flooding||Lot 773 (290) Robinson Road, Borroloola, Town of Borroloola||MZ (Multi Zone)||Approved||Notice of decision||30/05/2022|
To find out about previous EDP decisions, contact a planner from Development Assessment Services.
Last updated: 09 June 2022
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