Development applications fee estimate calculator
The development application fee estimate calculator enables you to quickly and easily work out the cost of lodging an application to council
You can produce a fee estimate for your development applications. The calculator is designed to give you an estimate of the fee required to submit the following types of applications:
- Material Change of Use (MCU)
- Reconfiguration of a Lot (RAL)
- Operational Works (OPWORKS)
A full list of council's fees for development applications is available in the Development Services fees and charges register.
If your application includes water and sewer services provided by Unitywater, you may incur a separate application process and charges. For further information contact Unitywater.
Development incentives are available subject to eligibility.
Terms and Conditions
This fee estimate is based on the information you have provided and is to be used as a guide only.
The calculator is made available as a general reference source only it is not intended to be used, and must not be used, for formal purposes such as for the purposes of property transactions or settlements. Land and house sale and purchasing and similar commercial decisions should not rely upon the estimate. A formal fee calculation will be made at the time of application when all the details of the application are known.
The council makes no representations and gives no warranties (express or implied) about the information (including accuracy, reliability, completeness, quality, merchantability, fitness or suitability) for any purpose nor that access to and use of this calculator or system is free from computer viruses or other infections or contaminations. No liability is accepted by the council (including without limitation, whether in action of contract, negligence or other tortious action) for any loss, damage or costs (including consequential, special or indirect damages) relating to access to, use of, or reliance upon the calculator.
View the available discounts, rebates and concessions on development applications.