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Advertised Development Applications

Applications that are listed below are currently on public notice in accordance with Section 57 of the Land Use Planning & Approvals Act 1993

The documents uploaded for viewing online are those relevant to the application. All documents submitted with the application can be made available for inspection by appointment at the Council office from Monday to Friday from 9am to 5.00pm, during the period for which representations may be made.

If you are planning on making a representation in relation to an advertised Development Applications (DAs) below, you can find out more information on how best to do this on the Tasmanian Planning Commission website.

Name Address Closing Date Pdf file
Subdivision - 17 Residential Lots and Road Lot 34 Tully Street (& P2382 Tully Street), St Helens 23 February 2024

DA 191-2023

Hotel Industry - Beer Garden 2 Cecilia Street, St Helens (Bayside Inn) 12 March 2024

DA 027-2024

Storage - Shed Addition 138 Tully Street, St Helens 12 March 2024

DA 265-2023

Residential - Dwelling Additions & Alterations 28 Felmingham Street, Binalong Bay 12 March 2024

DA 007-2024

Residential - Dwelling Addition & Alteration 21 Freshwater Street, Beaumaris 12 March 2024

DA 010-2024

Residential - Internal Alterations to Dwelling, New Shed and Boat-Wash Area 20 Peron street, Stieglitz 12 March 2024

DA 267-2023

Residential - Deck, Verandah and Shade Sails 9-11 Florence Court, Beaumaris 12 March 2024

DA 026-2024

Representations must be submitted in writing to:

The General Manager

Break O’Day Council
32-34 Georges Bay Esplanade,

St Helens TAS, 7216

or emailed to:

admin@bodc.tas.gov.au and referenced with the DA No. All representations must be received prior to 5pm on the day the advertising closes.

For further details, please contact Councils Planning Department on 03 6376 7900.

Note – the full content of your submission may be included in the report (available for public access) if the application is presented at a Council meeting for consideration. It is therefore the responsibility of the author of the submission to ensure that what is written is factual, fair and reasonable and not defamatory against any person. Please provide day time phone contact details with representations.