The Local Provisions Schedules are intended to apply the State Planning Provisions while meeting local needs and objectives.
The Local Provisions Schedules that are now operational are available (along with the accompanying State Planning Provisions) on the Tasmanian Planning Commission website and include:
The schedules include planning controls to accommodate unique locations such as universities and hospitals, as well as unique development conditions such as building height restrictions.
To further meet their communities’ needs, councils are responsible for preparing their Local Provisions Schedules in consultation with local stakeholders and community members.
Councils must submit their draft Local Provisions Schedules to the Tasmanian Planning Commission for consideration prior to the public exhibition and assessment process.
A series of guidelines will be released to help councils draft their Local Provisions Schedules.
The Tasmanian Planning Commission has released a series of practice notes to help councils draft their Local Provisions Schedules.
Review our frequently asked questions to find out more about Local Provisions Schedules.