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PLP180/20 - 295 Sunday Creek Road Sunday Creek

The application is proposing a 2 lot subdivision in a ‘battle axe’ formation. The subdivision layout is as follows:

Lot 1 will be located in the northern portion of the site and contain the existing dwelling and associated outbuilding. This lot will be accessible via the existing vehicle crossover onto Sunday Creek Road. The parcel will have frontage onto Sunday Creek Road of 23.1 metres and an overall area of 1.87 hectares.

Lot 2 will be located in the southern portion of the site. This lot will be vacant and is proposed to be accessed via a new vehicle crossover onto Sunday Creek Road. This parcel will have frontage onto Sunday Creek Road of 110.4 metres and have an overall lot depth of 382.2 metres. The subdivision proposes a building envelope and effluent envelope to the rear of the lot in the north-eastern portion of the site. Access will be provided via a driveway through the site.

The advertising package includes the below documents:

  • notice, application and title
  • reports
  • plans.

Have your say

Community members can have their say by making a submission at any time during the application process directly to Mitchell Shire Council.

Submissions are encouraged to be lodged by the advertised end date of 2 December 2020 via the submissions form page.

Alternatively, you can email or post a letter with the following details:

  • your name, address and email and/or phone number
  • the reference number PLP180/20
  • a description of your acceptance/feedback or objection of this application.

Email to:

or post to:

Mitchell Shire Council Statutory Planning
113 High Street

Contact us

If you have any queries regarding the above or should you wish to arrange a time to meet with Council officers, please contact our Statutory Planning Department on 03 5734 6200 and choose option 3, or visit us at:

Wallan Planning and Building Services Office
4A & 4B, 61 High Street

Our upstairs offices can be found above the Salvation Army and San Marco Italian Restaurant.

This page was last updated on 19 November 2020.