Planning, Rules & Payments
- Rates & Payments
- Planning & Building
- Planning Permit Applications
- Towong Planning Scheme
- Planning Scheme Amendments
- Bushfire Planning
- Native Vegetation
- Licensed Premises
- Planning Compliance
- Section 173 Agreements and Restrictive Covenants
- Un-Sewered Development and Septic Tanks
- Useful Links
- Domestic Wastewater Management Plan
- Infrastructure Design Manual
- Environmental Health
- Local Laws & Permits
The Towong Planning Scheme is the instrument under the Planning and Environment Act 1987 that regulates the use and development of land within the Shire.more...
Towong Shire Council planning scheme amendments can be found on the website of the Department of Planning and Community Development (DCPD) or at Council's Customer Service Centres at Tallangatta and Corryong.more...
Find information on applying for a planning permit in a Bushfire Management Overlay.more...
Find information on planning permit requirements for native vegetation removal.more...
The Victorian planning system ensures that people affected by a planning decision can comment on what is proposed before the decision is made.more...
To ensure compliance with the Towong Planning Scheme and building policies, Council may take action on breaches of these regulations.more...
A restrictive covenant is a private agreement between land owners that may restrict the way land can be used and developed. A covenant is not administered or enforced by the government or a council.more...
The whole of Towong Shire falls within an open potable water supply catchment. This means that there are special requirements for un-sewered development.more...
A number of useful websites and documents to assist you with your planning application.more...