Voluntary Planning Agreements cannot be entered into unless public notice has been given and an explanatory note is made available for inspection for at least 28 days. Current VPAs on exhibition can be viewed via the Public Notices & Exhibition.
Council also maintains a register of executed and completed Voluntary Planning Agreements.
Executed VPAs are agreements that have been entered into and signed by CEO on behalf of Council and the Developer . The VPA is now active and payment of monetary contributions, dedication of land or provision of material public benefits are applicable according to its own conditions.
Completed VPAs are those whose obligations have been met by the developer and the Planning Agreement is considered to be concluded.
The VPA Interactive Map displays all land subject to VPAs currently on exhibition, executed or completed. It allows zooming in and out, panning around, identifying areas, and generating reports.
3. Select the computer screen icon to display the 'Modules' screen
4. Click on the 'Developer Contributions' heading
5. Toggle layers on/off by clicking the 'Layers' icon
6. Click on item and relevant information will come up on a menu
3. On the left hand side of your screen, under 'Modules', select 'Developer Contributions'
4. Toggle layers on/off under the 'Layers' section. VPAs information can be found under the 'Volunteer Planning Agreements Register' group
5. Click on item and relevant information will come up on the right side of your screen
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