A planning permit entitles a particular use or development (subdivision, buildings, and works) to proceed on a specific piece of land. A permit may be specific to a person or operator with an expiration under specific circumstances. The responsible authority may impose conditions when granting a permit.
Planning Permits are sometimes confused with Building Permits. Building permits relate to the method of construction of a building or development. If you have a planning permit, you may still need a building permit.
Depending on the provisions of the planning scheme affecting your land, a planning permit may not be needed to change the use of the land or to develop the land. This also may be subject to conditions, as some forms of use of development may be prohibited.
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This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 10/5/2018