All updates and new enhancements to the Amendment Tracking System can be found on this page.
A release is scheduled for deployment to the Amendment Tracking System - Authoring (Keystone) on Tuesday 14th December from 6 PM.
The release includes changes to Keystone Interim Publish to improve functionality which allows users to filter what is included in an Interim Publish by selecting:
1. One or all planning schemes in that amendment
2. One or all instructions in that amendment
This new feature is useful where the user only wants to run the Interim Publish for a small part of the amendment, enabling the user to;
- Select to produce a set of documents for a single planning scheme – useful for VC or GC amendments where a re-print is needed only for the updated ordinance in a single planning scheme, or
- Select to produce a set of documents for a single ordinance that is being changed – useful where a re-print is needed for an updated ordinance
Using the feature to re-print Interim Publish documents will greatly reduce the size of information processed by Keystone for large amendments and will reduce the queue waiting time for other amendments (e.g. C amendments).
Improvements have also been introduced to reduce the chance of running an Interim Publish multiple times. User’s will now be required to acknowledge an Interim Publish has been run, and will also be advised clearly in the interface that the Interim Publish has run.
Refer to the user guide - Generate an Interim Publish and compare to other saved versions
If you have any questions or would like further information regarding this release, please contact Planning Support via email email@example.com.
A release to Amendment Tracking System, in particular ATS Authoring, scheduled for 6pm Tuesday 23rd November includes additional alerts to flag when ordinance in one amendment is deleted by the gazettal of another amendment.
- A notification in the amendment document in Keystone that ‘Master Content has changed since last synchronize’ when content in your amendment is deleted by another gazetted amendment
- A new message will appear in Keystone after a refresh workflow is applied where ordinance has been deleted:
The release to Amendment Tracking System, in particular ATS Authoring, scheduled for 6pm Friday 24th September 2021 includes image restriction functionality when uploading into ordinance.
Only images that meet the following criteria will be able to be uploaded into the ordinance when authoring:
- Files must be PNG, JPG or TIFF file types,
- less than 3MB in size, AND
- must not be a PDF file type.
Where files do not meet the above criteria, the user will receive an error message and not be able to upload the file.
The latest Amendment Tracking System changes improve visibility for amendments submitted to the department from amendment status ‘Awaiting Modification (Exhibition)’ by the Planning Authority. The amendments will now appear in the Planning Managers queue and dashboard.
ATS update April 2021 features
|The changes also introduce new email notifications and mandatory fields. Amendments that have passed the allowed time in certain statuses will trigger email notifications to the Executive and Planners.|
A new amendment tab called ‘Status Update’ and fields to provide comments to the Minister, Executive and Planners will also be mandatory.
Notification and mandatory fields will be triggered when status timer expires:
The latest ATS Tracking and Authoring enhancements were released on (October 14, 2020).
These enhancements include some new features, updated user interface (Authoring) and improved validation to new planning scheme amendments.
|ATS Tracking (Intelledox) Enhancements include:|
These enhancements to ATS were released on August 2020.
ATS update August 2020 features
ATS Authoring Enhancements (Keystone) include:
Contacting Planning Support
Planning Support have moved to a new MS Teams solution for their 1800 number and phone support which addresses a number of concerns raised regarding contacting the Support Team.
Planning Support have also updated their Ticketing System to send a confirmation email with a support request number (e.g. PSS-####) immediately on receipt of a request email. If you don’t receive this, then please try again or contact us via phone.
You can contact Planning Support on 1800 789 386.
Page last updated: 17/12/21