The Fire Danger Period for summer 2020/2021 commenced in Nillumbik on Monday 14 December 2020.The Fire Danger Period will remain in place until 1 May 2021 unless stated otherwise.
Find out more about what you can and can't do at the CFA website
Following the Victorian Government’s announcement that Stage 4 COVID-19 restrictions will end at 11.59pm on Wednesday 17 February, we are pleased to announce the reopening of Nillumbik Shire Council facilities and services from Thursday 18 February.
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Nillumbik Building Surveyors process building permits and building inspection applications across metropolitan Melbourne, providing trusted, expert advice at competitive rates.
Lodge an online application for a domestic or commercial building permit
If your project does not meet the requirements of the Building Regulations 2018, a Report and Consent from Council is required before a building permit can be issued.
- Lodge and pay online for property certificates regulation 51(1) & 51(2) - Lodge and pay online for copies of building plans
Find out more about how to register your swimming pool or spa and to lodge pool compliance or non-compliance certificates
Find out about information on Council's role in building complaints including how to lodge a complaint
If you are building in a bushfire prone area
Apply for an amendment or extension of time for your building permit
Application of an occupancy permitForm 7 & 8 (for protection works)Building over an easement
If you are a private building surveyor and want to lodge a Section 30 building permit, you can now lodge all documentation and plans online.
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PO Box 476, Greensborough VIC 3088, Australia
Ph: 9433 3111
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Nillumbik Shire Council acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung as the Traditional Owners of this country, pays tribute to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Nillumbik, and gives respect to Elders past, present and emerging and their integral part in our region's history.