Proposed Housing Land Supply Orders

What's new? Have your say on the following proposed Housing Land Supply Orders currently open for consultation.

View information on current proposed Orders and recently closed Orders below.  View previously made Housing Land Supply Orders.

Current Orders for consultation

There are currently no Housing Land Supply Orders open for consultation.

How to Have Your Say

You can have your say by posting or emailing your written submission to the State Planning Office. Submissions must be received by our Office before the consultation period closes.

Postal address:

State Planning Office
Department of Premier and Cabinet
GPO Box 123
HOBART  TAS  7001

Email address:

yoursay.planning@dpac.tas.gov.au

Personal Information

The Minister for Planning will consider all Housing Land Supply Order submissions in accordance with legislation before determining whether to table the proposed Order in Parliament or not. Where the Order is tabled, the submissions are included for Parliament’s review. Either House of Parliament can disallow (refuse) a proposed Order.

If the Minister for Planning determines not to table the proposed Order in Parliament, legislation requires the Minister to publish all submissions received and provide reasons for not tabling the proposed Order.

No personal information other than an individual’s name or the organisation making a submission will be presented to Parliament or published.

For further information, please contact the State Planning Office by emailing stateplanning@dpac.tas.gov.au, or read the Tasmanian Government Public Submissions Policy.

What happens next?

After a period of consultation, any submissions received by the State Planning Office in response to a Have Your Say process will be compiled in a response report prepared by our Office. The Minister for Planning will then consider whether to table the report, including all submissions, in Parliament as part of the consultation process.

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