Interim Design and Development Overlays

These amendments cover interim Design and Development Overlays (DDOs).

What is the difference between an interim DDO and a permanent DDO?

They key difference between the interim DDO and the permanent DDO is that the interim controls have an expiry date. Interim controls are also introduced into the planning scheme by the Minister for Planning without public exhibition. 

Why ask the Minister for Planning to prepare interim DDOs?

The introduction of DDOs on a permanent basis can take a long time. Introduction of permanent controls require the public exhibition of a planning scheme amendment and often consideration by an independent planning panel appointed by the Minister for Planning. Interim DDOs will be in place while the permanent controls are considered.

  • Amendment C229 and C241 Queens Parade

    Amendments to introduce interim planning controls in Queens Parade

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  • Amendment C236 – Swan Street

    Amendment to introduce interim planning controls in Swan Street.  

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  • Amendment C237 – Johnston Street

    Amendment to introduce planning controls to Johnston Street. 

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  • Amendment C248 and C249 - Bridge Road and Victoria Street

    Amendments to introduce interim planning controls in Bridge Road and Victoria Street

     

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  • Amendment C250 - Collingwood South Interim

    Amendment to introduce interim planning controls in Collingwood South. 

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