Our Asset Protection program is designed to keep Moorabool Shire Infrastructure assets protected from damage resulting from buildings and construction activities
A building permit is required for most building works.
View all building related forms that you can download.
Council is liable to pay half the cost of fencing on land joined by a private owner, where the Council side of the land is a Council owned or managed building.
Information about a legal point of discharge and how to obtain permission to connect to stormwater drain.
Information on where to find your nearest Standpipe in the Shire.
Existing swimming pools and spas are now required to be registered with Council and inspected every four years. New pools or spas must be registered within 30 days of receiving a certificate of final inspection.
Apply for a Works Within Municipal Road Reserves permit.
Information if you build over an easement on your property and how do you apply for permission to build.
My applications, apply for a report and consent, Private Building Surveyors, sect 80,30 & 72/73.
Find out our building fees and charges
Once any works have begun on-site, including any earthworks or site cut, the building site and asset protection provisions of the Community Local Law No. 1 2019 must be adhered to on-site at all times.The Local Law protects assets, such as footpaths, vehicle crossovers and nature strips and storm drains from damage during the building process.
Obtain contact details for adjacent land owners using the Property Information - Erection of Fence (for registered owners only).