Applicants who currently have an existing building application with the City can use the following form to submit additional information to an existing building application form.
Please do not use this form to start a new building application. Where possible ,please supply the current building reference number for the building application in which this additional information and/or documentation applies to.
You should receive an auto-reply to the supplied email address confirming receipt of the additional information to your current application. If no email is received (check your junk/spam folder), please contact the the City’s Building Services on (08) 9257 9942, during office hours, so that we can assist further.
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Actual location of building application
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Please keep total upload of documents to under 18MB. Compressed (zip) files accepted,
Optional - if there are a large number of files, you can share these via a shared OneDrive, GoogleDrive or Dropbox. Wherever, possible if you known please supply your building reference number.
The total number of documents uploaded with this application should not exceed 18MB.
Once this form is submitted, an auto-generated email is sent to the supplied email address in the applicant details section confirming receipt of the application. This auto-generated email does not mean you have building approval.
If no acknowledgement email is received (please check your junk/spam folder), please contact the the City’s Building Services on (08) 9257 9942, during office hours, so that we can assist you to get your additional information / documents added to your current application.
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.