e-Planning is the use of technology in the delivery of planning and development services, such as the online lodgement and tracking of applications, viewing planning information on a web based interactive map and providing new ways for stakeholders to engage with the planning process.
What is exempt development? Low impact development, such as fences, barbeques, driveways and sheds, are often classified as exempt development and do not require any further planning or building approvals.
Use the interactive guides to explore what alterations you can make without the need for these consents, as well as understanding any restrictions that may apply.
Interactive buildings http://interactivebuildings.planning.nsw.gov.au/
Planning Viewer (Beta Version)
The Planning Viewer provides public access to the map layers for certain planning maps incorporated by reference in environmental planning instruments made under the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979.
The Viewer is an initiative of the NSW Government and is designed to help people better understand map-based planning information. The Viewer enables users to search, navigate and view the map layers using standard map viewer functionality. The service is maintained by the Department of Planning and Environment.
Planning Viewer https://maps.planningportal.nsw.gov.au/Map
The NSW Government collects information that can help you to make decisions. This website and app provides easier access to published datasets about each council area, which you may need before making development or property related decisions.
Local Insights http://localinsights.planning.nsw.gov.au/