Hoarding and barricades
Hoarding and barricades protect the public during construction.
They also secure a site when nobody's there.
You must have a permit in place before putting up hoarding, a protective barrier or temporary fencing on Council land.
If a hoarding is required for a building permit, you’ll need a Report and Consent - Precautions Over Street from Council before the building permit is issued.
When you have your Report and Consent, you can apply for a hoarding permit.
Applying for hoarding and barricades
Apply for hoarding and barricades through eServices portal
You need to provide with your application:
- A completed application form(DOC, 2MB).
- A fully-scaled, detailed site plan indicating the size and site of the hoarding. The plan should also include physical constraints such as pits, poles, drainage points and street trees.
- A detailed traffic management plan.
- A copy of a current certificate of public liability for $20 million.
Application fee: $191
Occupation fee per m2/week: $9.80 (capped at $1000 per week)
Fast track fee: $100 (subject to approval / eligibility)
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