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BASIX

A BASIX certificate forms part of the documentation you must submit to your Council or an accredited certifier when applying for a complying development certificate. A BASIX certificate is also required when submitting a development application to your Council. To view this tool you'll need Internet Explorer (8 and above), Safari (4.1.3 and above), Mozilla Firefox (3.6 and above) or Google Chrome.

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Electronic Housing Code

An increasing number of councils in NSW enable you to determine whether your building or renovation requires a complying development certificate or is exempt development through the Electronic Housing Code website. To view this tool you'll need Internet Explorer (10 and above) or Google Chrome.

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Interactive Buildings

The Interactive Buildings tool provides access to interactive models of residential, commercial and industrial buildings which allow you to establish what changes you can make to a property without the need for any further planning or building approvals. To view this tool you'll need Internet Explorer (10 and above), Safari, Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome.

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Reporting

Planning related datasets are available under open access licenses. You can consume them as predetermined charts suitable for printing or you can download the raw data.

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Open Data

Key planning spatial datasets are available under open access licenses. You can consume them as a web map service or you can download a shape file.

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Online Submission of Planning Data

Councils and other planning bodies are required to provide maps and spatial datasets to the Department as part of the plan-making process. They are also required to provide copies of development control plans and contributions plans to the Department once they have been adopted by council.

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Submit planning data