We're working towards new Northern Beaches Council forms if you can't find the form you're looking for here please contact us on 1300 434 434.
Requests to address Council on items on the Agenda must be submitted by 12pm on the day of the meeting:
The Public Forum is to address a Council meeting in relation to any one matter related to general business of Council but not the subject of a report on the meeting agenda - to be submitted by 12pm on the day of the meeting:
Form for contractors to apply to be authorised and accredited concrete contractors for the construction of vehicle crossings (driveways)
This form can be used by schools, nippers, swimming lessons, annual swim club events and other small events. For any larger events such as SLSA events, surfing competitions, beach awareness programs or other major events please complete a major event application.
Security bond to be paid prior to trap hire, working and construction etc on Council land.
Building Certificates can be obtained from Council to indicate existing structures are consistent with the Building Code of Australia and have the appropriate approvals. Form #2022 is typically obtained when a property is being sold.
To join the waitlist for long day care and/or family day care, print out the Waitlist Regsitration form and send it to us via fax, mail or in person. Alternatively, contact Children's Services on 9942 2428 to pay and register over the phone.
Use this form to seek compensation directly from Council for injury, loss or damage (property, personal injury, motor vehicle) arising from an incident.
The NSW Pet Registry is for pet owners and breeders can create an online owner profile, update your details, notify if your dog or cat is missing, register ownership changes and pay registration fees online.
Alternatively use these forms and submit to Council. Find out more about registering your pet.
Building construction requires either a Complying Development Certificate or a Construction Certificate from either Council or an Accredited Certifier.
Fax Cover Sheet and Credit Card Payment Form
The Development Application (DA) form is to be used for new development proposals, demolition works, Section 96 modifications and Section 82 reviews. View the lodgement requirements for additional information.
To be used to request a preliminary meeting if you are intending to submit a Development Application. The service enables you to meet with relevant Council officers to discuss any issues or concerns about your proposal, prior to lodging your application.
Previously known as Street Level Application
This application is to be used for filming on Council managed open space such as sports grounds, beaches, parks, footpaths and roads.
To request flood information (flood levels, maps) for the purpose of a DA and general information.
For approval to display goods on the footpath, signage or embellishments in order to encourage customers to enter the premises, not to carry out business or financial transactions on the footpath.
You’ll need this permit if you plan to erect hoardings or other construction facilities on Council property. This includes overhead hoardings, scaffolding, site fencing and site offices. Approval for these structures is required under Section 138 of the Roads Act 1993.
Signing and extinguishment of positive covenants and restrictions as per user including on‐site stormwater detention system required under Section 88 of the Conveyancing Act 1919
The Local Heritage Fund encourages maintenance & conservation of privately owned heritage properties. You can apply all year round, provided you have completed the works and have the necessary documentation.
This parking permit scheme was introduced around the Manly CBD to give priority to residents for on street parking near their homes.
Use this form to apply for access to Meals on Wheels Service
You can apply online or you can apply using the application form below:
Approval is needed to sell food from a vehicle in a public place.
Please read this form and the Sydney Lakeside Narrabeen Long Term Site Information Sheet carefully before filling in the application (Available at Sydney Lakeside Reception).
These certificates can also be applied for when development has occurred without appropriate approvals. Additional fees apply when involving unauthorised works.
Conditions of consent restrict the hours of construction. On occasions there may be a need to work outside these set times. Council provides a process to assess and permit out of hours work. An urgency fee applies for any permits that require processing within 48 hours. Urgent applications must be made no later than 3pm in order to be processed the same working day.
For approval for restaurants/cafes to place tables, chairs or umbrellas for outdoor dining on footpaths.
A Section 735A & 121ZP Outstanding Notices certificate lists any outstanding notices and orders issued by Council in respect of a parcel of land.
Permits are valid from 1 September to 31 August each year.
You’ll need this permit if you’re going to temporarily store building material (bricks, sand, pipes, etc) on a Council road or footpath.
Pre-lodgement meetings are an avenue for proponents to receive preliminary advice on proposals. The types of applications that may be considered at these meetings include, but are not limited to concept plans, a change in zoning & proposals for site specific Development Control Plans.
The resolution of your complaints is an important part of Northern Beaches Council’s commitment to delivering quality service to our customers and ratepayers. You can fill out this complaints and feedback form or log a case online.
This form may be used to make a political donations and gifts disclosure under section 147(4) and (5) of the Environmental Planning Assessment Act 1979 for applications or public submissions to a council.
Note: Children must be two years & six months old before applying for care at preschool.
1. Use this form to appoint Northern Beaches Council as the Principal Certifying Authority (PCA) for a new building development.
2. Use this form for the appointment of Council to replace a Private Certifier (ie transfer of the PCA role to Council).
3. The owner(s) and not the builder, must sign and complete this form.
This form is for the registration of a Public Swimming Pool, Public Spa or Pool, or change of existing details.
This form is to be used for the registration of a new Regulated System(s) or the change of business details to an existing premises with regulated system(s).
Road openings include any excavation of road pavement, road shoulder, footpath, kerb & gutter, nature strip or other Council infrastructure.
A Section 149 Certificate is a legal document that provides you with the zoning of your property which assists in identifying all applicable rules.
A Section 603 Certificate identifies if any monies are due or payable to the council, by way of rates, charges or otherwise, in respect of a parcel of land.
This form is to be used for the registration of a new skin penetration business or the change of business details to an existing skin penetration business.
This form is to be submitted and a permit issued prior to the placement of any skip bin/building waste container on a nature strip or a road carriage way.
Please complete a separate booking form for each reserve/sportsground
This form is required prior to the placement of any type of crane, including scissor lifts, boom, concrete pump or cherry picker on Council road carriageway.
To request approval to commence civil works on a subdivision
A swimming pool owner must obtain a valid swimming pool barrier Compliance Certificate before they can sell or lease their property.
For the installation of temporary ground anchors under Council’s footway/road reserve. Council does not approve temporary ground anchors under private properties.
Extension of time can be granted for any Orders, Directions, Improvement Notices on Properties
One vegetation bin per property (including multiple occupancy developments) is supplied as standard service by Council. If additional bins are requested, a once only fee per additional bin is required. The fee covers the supply and ongoing service and maintenance of the bin. A maximum of four vegetation bins can be collected from any one property. The bin remains the property of Northern Beaches Council in the same way as garbage and recycling bins. Vegetation bins should be placed kerbside the night before the scheduled collection day.
Council has a range of volunteer opportunities to assist at events, with environmental projects or getting involved in art exhibitions.
Northern Beaches Council operates Wearable Cameras and other Camera Devices (such as dashboard camera’s) in the Northern Beaches Local Government Area. Information is recorded for the purpose of evidence collection for breaches of legislation, to improve community safety and to ensure the safety and wellbeing of Council officers and assets. The footage obtained will only be disclosed to authorised persons or bodies who have a legitimate and lawful right to access the information recorded.
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