Taking on the Local Council: How to Resolve a Planning Dispute at VCAT (Victorian readership)

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When planning a development project, all developers hope that their planning permit will be approved by the local Council without any problems or delays. However, this isn’t always the case and any condition or delay of grant of the planning permit can have an extremely detrimental effect upon the viability and profit of the development. Luckily for developers, the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) provides a recourse for them to challenge the decision of a Council regarding planning permits.

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