Planning application advertising requirements
If you have a planning application, you need to know if any advertising requirements apply.
If you have a development application, you may need to advertise and pay a fee.
You will also need to notify the relevant government authority and other parties.
The table below lists the different notification types, and advertising requirements and fees.
|Action||Local government and service authority notification||Neighbour notification||Standard notification||Designated development notification*|
|Advertising fee||No||No||Yes - check advertising fees||Yes - check advertising fees|
|Exhibition period||14 days||14 days||14 days||28 days|
|Circulation to local government and service authorities||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Inclusion on Planning Notices Online||No||No||Yes||Yes|
|Letter to adjacent property owners||No||Yes - only to an affected property||No||No|
|Sign on the land||No||No||Yes**||Yes**|
*Check the Planning Regulations 2000 for a list of developments requiring a 28-day minimum advertising period.
**Actions that are the responsibility of the applicant.
Other application types
If you have a rezoning request, concurrent application or application for an exceptional development permit, the minister may decide to advertise your application.
The relevant local government authority and other parties will also need to be notified.
Two types of signs are used for public exhibition, custom signs and stock signs.
Read more about signage requirements for planning applications.
Last updated: 24 February 2022
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