Apply for an extension of time

If you have a development permit or exceptional development permit that will expire soon, you may apply for an extension of time.

You must apply before the permit lapses, otherwise you will need to apply for a new permit.

Before you apply

Before you apply, you will need:

  • the development permit number or exceptional permit number
  • owner's authorisation - if you are not the property owner
  • details and reasons for the extension of time.

How to apply

Apply for an extension of time through the Development Applications Online website.

Fees

You will need to pay 50% of the:

After you apply

Read below to find out what happens after you submit your application.

Processing time

It takes about two to four weeks.

Decision maker

The decision maker is:

  • Development Consent Authority (within DCA areas) or
  • the Minister for Infrastructure, Planning and Logistics (outside of DCA areas).

Administrating branch

The administrating branch is Development Assessment Services.

Contact a planner.

Last updated: 02 October 2020

Share this page:

Was this page useful?

Describe your experience

More feedback options

To provide comments or suggestions about the NT.GOV.AU website, complete our feedback form.

For all other feedback or enquiries, you must contact the relevant government agency.