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A planning certificate is used to satisfy the Sale of Land Act 1962, which requires a vendor to provide details of the land zoning, and any overlay controls or exhibited proposed amendments to the planning scheme.
Planning certificates do not show the locations of zone or overlay boundaries, or details of any other specific controls. Contact a planner at the local council to check for any other planning provisions that might apply.
Get a planning certificate
Apply for a planning certificate at LANDATA® Titles, Property Certificates and Crown Land Status Reports.
To get a certificate you will need to provide:
- your contact details, or an existing LANDATA login
- information about the property or properties in question
- credit card details for the purchase of the certificate or certificates.
We issue planning certificates for the municipalities below. If your municipality is not listed contact your local council to get a planning certificate.
Port of Melbourne
Page last updated: 09/06/23