Tasmanian Planning Scheme – Glenorchy

The draft Glenorchy Local Provisions Schedule will soon be approved, bringing the Tasmanian Planning Scheme – Glenorchy (the combination of the draft Glenorchy Local Provisions Schedule and the State Planning Provisions) into operation.

Recent changes to the Land Use Planning and Approvals Act 1993 require us to assess new applications under the new scheme.

Useful links

  • You can use this link to view the State Planning Provisions – these are the use and development standards for zones and codes for Glenorchy.
  • You can use this link to view the written controls of the draft Glenorchy Local Provisions Schedule.
  • You can use this link to see which zones, codes or specific provisions (Specific Area Plans or Site Specific Provisions) apply to your land.

Please note that until the new scheme is approved, we are referring to the the draft Glenorchy Local Provisions Schedule maps for information only.

Please be aware that not all codes are mapped (such as potentially contaminated land and Attenuation areas), and other matters such as car parking requirements appear in other areas in the planning scheme.

Once the Tasmanian Planning Scheme – Glenorchy is approved, it will be available on the State Government’s iPlan system and LIST maps.

When will the draft Glenorchy Local Provisions Schedule come into effect?

The Tasmanian Planning Commission (TPC) has directed us to make some changes to the draft Glenorchy Local Provisions Schedule before it is approved.  You can view the TPC’s assessment process and decision on the scheme here.

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