Building and Planning
The PlanSA website provides the entry point to the ePlanning system for South Australia. Through PlanSA, you can:
- Find out if you need development approval
- Lodge your development applications online at anytime
- Monitor and track progress of development applications online
- Receive decision notices electronically – and get faster approvals
- Access online planning policy and spatial map information
To use the PlanSA lodgement system, you will first need to register for an online account:
If you are still wanting to lodge your development application by email, post or in person, an additional $80 processing fee may be charged for uploading the development application into the planning system on your behalf. If you are lodging by email, post or in person at the Millicent Council Office, you will also need to download and print the statutory forms from PlanSA and complete them as an attachment to your application. All forms are available at https://plan.sa.gov.au/resources/forms.
If you have enquiries or are seeking advice regarding planning or building within Wattle Range Council area, please contact our Development Team on 8733 0900 or email email@example.com.
If you require assistance specific to the lodgement and management of development applications in the ePlanning system, please visit www.plan.sa.gov.au, email PlanSA@sa.gov.au or call the PlanSA Service Desk on 1800 752 664.
Appointments for assistance with lodging a development application in the PlanSA system are available in the Millicent Library on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 2pm and 4pm. To participate in this service, please contact our Development Team on 8733 0900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To prepare for your appointment, please ensure that you have the baseline documentation required for planning consent. The documentation required depends on the type of development that is proposed and is outlined on the Development Application Checklist page.
Thank you for your patience as we continue to update our website to reflect the new Planning and Design Code and associated ePlanning platform for South Australia.