Property success with development application report
What is a Development Application?
When do you need a Development Application?
How can you get a Development Application?
InfoTrackGo searches for development application reports in New South Wales and Queensland fast.
Simply provide us with the property address and our system will detect any development applications lodged within a 400-metre radius of the searched property. We will also instantly inform you if there are no development applications available for your given area.
Where do we get access to Development Applications
Our team at InfoTrackGo delivers land titles and different property documents like development plans from all these authorised Australian land registries.
This way, you can be confident that our quick searches and instant results are responsibly and accurately sourced only from reputable sources.
Authorised Australian Land Registries
Developmental Application FAQ
A Development Application (DA) is a formal request to the relevant local council for consent to conduct proposed development. This could include changing the use of land, subdividing land, carrying out work on a building and landscaping amongst other things. Work cannot commence on a development until an application has been lodged and approved.
A development application report is a list of planned/current works happening in a 400 meter radius from the property you are conducting a search on.
A development application report will inform you of any pending/current works that are being performed within 400m of the property you are conducting a search on. It will identify how far away the works are, the address, the latest update date to the list, and the specific ID and summary of each development application.
A Development Application (DA) is a formal request to the relevant local council for consent to conduct proposed development. The application needs to be lodged, reviewed and approved for it to appear.
Not all services are available in all states, and not all documents are available for all properties. Also, if you are doing a search on a new property, it is likely that the relevant government’s database has not been updated to cross-reference the street address with the property’s lot and plan/title reference number.