Glenorchy Planning Authority Meetings

The Glenorchy Planning Authority is a Council Committee established by Council under the Local Government Act 1993 (external link).

Its purpose is to consider and make decisions about land use and planning matters on behalf of the Council.

Matters considered by the Glenorchy Planning Authority include whether to approve development applications submitted to the Council. It also considers various other matters under the Land Use Planning and Approvals Act 1993 (external link) and other State legislation.

The public can attend open sessions of the Glenorchy Planning Authority. The public are not permitted to remain during closed sessions.

As a Council Committee established under the Local Government Act, meetings of the Glenorchy Planning Authority are governed by the same meeting rules and procedures as meetings of Council. For further information, please visit our Meeting Procedures page.

Glenorchy Planning Authority Meetings

The Glenorchy Planning Authority usually meets once a month on Mondays at 3pm.

View the Glenorchy Planning Authority meeting schedule for 2018 (PDF)

Members of the Glenorchy Planning Authority

The Glenorchy Planning Authority Committee is chaired by Mayor Kristie Johnston. Deputy Mayor Stevenson and Aldermen Dunsby, Sims and Thomas are also on the committee.  

Minutes and Agendas of the Glenorchy Planning Authority

Minutes and agendas of meetings of the Glenorchy Planning Authority are available through our Minutes and Agendas portal (external link).