This page provides links to planning scheme amendments that are either currently on exhibition or have recently been approved.

There are also links to view planning permit applications being considered by the Minister for Planning, and Heritage Victoria applications.

You can get regular updates on planning scheme amendments and other planning initiatives by subscribing to the free weekly Planning Matters email alert.

Planning scheme amendments on exhibition

Planning Scheme Submissions due by
Bass Coast C136basc27/02/2020
Bayside C174bays01/03/2020
Cardinia C240card16/03/2020
Cardinia C241card20/03/2020
Casey C230case31/03/2020
Casey C236case10/03/2020
Glen Eira C190glen02/03/2020
Glen Eira C197glen02/03/2020
Greater Dandenong C223gdan06/03/2020
Kingston C180king05/03/2020
Latrobe C119latr09/03/2020
Macedon Ranges C126macr30/03/2020
Maroondah C130maro30/03/2020
Port Phillip C186port28/02/2020

Note 1: Exhibited amendments are not available online until notice has been published in the Government Gazette.

Note 2: For assistance or to view documents in hard copy, please email us at

Recently approved planning scheme amendments

Select a link below to view an amendment. The link will take you to the amendment on Planning Schemes Online. Once there, you can select the Approval tab to view the approved amendment documents.

If the amendment you are looking for is not displayed below as a direct link, it may be available by accessing Planning Schemes Online and locating it using the instructions provided at the site.

Bayside C167bays
Casey C264case
Frankston C135fran
Kingston C184king
Knox C179knox
Manningham C129mann
Maroondah C133maro
Monash C154mona
Whitehorse C218whse

Planning permit applications

Planning permit applications where the Minister for Planning is the Responsible Authority, can be viewed online in the Minister's Planning Permit Application Register.

Heritage Victoria permit applications

View advertised heritage permit applications.

Government Planning Land Service

Other planning scheme amendments may also be on exhibition through the Government Land Planning Service.

Metropolitan and regional offices

Contact the Department's metropolitan and regional offices for assistance or to make an appointment to view documents which are not available online.

Page last updated: 27/02/20