Meander Valley Planning Scheme
What is the Planning Scheme?
The Planning Scheme is a set of regulations that guide the use and development of land.
Most property development is assessed under the Planning Scheme. Some works of a minor nature are exempt from assessment.
Council currently operates under the Meander Valley Interim Planning Scheme 2013
Use Discover Meander Valley to find out more about a property
Discover Meander Valley is Council's local mapping software. You can view planning maps, current development applications and perform a property search.
Click on the link below and select the "Development" button. Click on the map or enter the address of a property to perform a search and generate a report that can be downloaded and/or printed. If you have a question about a particular property, you can email Council's Development Services Department directly by clicking on the Property Enquiry button.
Our transition to the Tasmanian Planning Scheme
From 2017, work began on the introduction of a planning scheme that would apply statewide. Once complete, the Tasmanian Planning Scheme will replace the Meander Valley Interim Planning Scheme 2013.
Draft Meander Valley Local Provisions Schedule
The Tasmanian Planning Scheme is made up of two components:
1. The State Planning Provisions
2. The Meander Valley Local Provisions Schedule
The Meander Valley Local Provisions Schedule relates to our specific Council area and allows for planning rules that cater for the unique qualities of Meander Valley.
In accordance with Land Use Planning and Approvals Act 1993, a Draft Meander Valley Local Provisions Schedule was developed and advertised for public representations in 2018.
More information, updates and other online enquiry resources visit the Tasmanian Planning Commission