As of 1 January 2015, the functions of the Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure have been incorporated into three new departments:
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Information about land titles, property data, valuations, land surveying and naming places in Victoria.
Find out about how the department provides statutory and strategic guidance about our planning system.
Information about Victoria's 79 local councils and how we work with them.
Find out about transport planning and projects being delivered by the department.
Find out about how we maximise the economic and social benefits of the sports and recreation sector.
Find out about how our cultural heritage places and objects are protected.
Your one-stop-shop when applying for a grant.
Find out about the department, its ministers and corporate news.
The department prepares a range of bulletins, datasets, publications and reports across a range of topics. .
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- How to pay a transport fine
- Plan your journey
- Find a local council
- Get planning scheme information
- Download a planning permit form
- Get involved in planning
- Find a grant
- Search for a title or property certificate
- Find property transaction forms, guides and fees
- Access Electronic Conveyancing
- Access planning permits and subdivision applications (SPEAR)
- Find land and survey spatial information
News and Events
30 June 2015
VicSmart is a streamlined planning permit assessment process for straightforward, low-impact applications such as simple land subdivisions as well as minor building and construction works.
22 June 2015
A state-wide review into the Heritage Act 1995 has been launched to better protect Victoria's State-significant buildings and objects.
11 June 2015
The Government has tabled the Planning and Environment Amendment (Infrastructure Contributions) Bill 2015 in Parliament. It seeks to reform the current system to ensure roads, drainage, parks, sport and community facilities can be delivered in a more efficient and cost effective way.
27 May 2015
The Government has tabled the Recognising Objectors Bill 2015 in Parliament which seeks to add a new decision-making consideration into the Planning and Environment Act 1987 requiring responsible authorities and the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) to have regard to, where appropriate, the number of objectors to a permit application when considering whether the proposal may have a significant social effect.
14 May 2015
The Victorian Government has released a new discussion paper – Better Apartments – to bring together community and industry voices about how to improve the internal design amenity of apartments.
Page last reviewed on 3 October 2014