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Who can make a submission?
Anyone can make a submission about an advertised application during the advertising period.
What is a submission?
A submission is a written statement explaining your views about an application, and how you may be affected if a permit is issued.
The submission will carry more weight if it is rational, factual and specifically addresses the proposal and relevant heritage matters.
A submission should:
- Be made using the public submission form
- Be in writing (typed or clearly written)
- Explain your views
- Relate to matters that Heritage Victoria must or may consider, including:
- How the proposal would impact the heritage significance of the place
- How the proposal would assist with the reasonable or economic use of the place
- How the proposal would impact on the conservation of the place
- How the proposal would impact on adjacent heritage places
A submission is a public document and copies may be made available to other people or organisations, including the permit applicant and the Heritage Council of Victoria.
Send your submission to the heritage permits team.
Currently advertised permits
The Executive Director has requested the following heritage permit applications be publicly advertised.
Former Customs House, 57 Brougham Street, Geelong
Permit P34311 for a permit to construct a free standing structure supporting a retractable roof to the north side of the Former Custom House.
Submissions close on Saturday 6 March.
Federation Square, 2-20 Swanston Street, Melbourne
Permit P34357 for a permit to implement Stage 1 of the Lighting Masterplan at Federation Square, including upgrading the catenary lighting system.
Submissions close on Wednesday 10 March.
Page last updated: 24/02/21