Forms & Permits

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Alteration and Use of a Public Road / Footpath (hoarding, skip bins, overhanging signs etc)

An Authorisation will be required from the Council if you wish to make an alteration or install a structure on a public road / footpath.

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Busking Permit

Permit for busking or providing public entertainment.

Change of Mailing Address or Name Change Form

This form is to be used for updating existing owner postal addresses and/or name details.

Community Care Referral Form

Residents in need of HACC Services can refer themselves, or may be referred by a family member, carer, general practitioner or other service providers.
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Demolition Proposal Form

This form must be accompanied by a completed Development Application form.
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Development Application Form

To receive development approval, you must lodge a development application with the council.
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Dog Registration Form

To register your dog with the Council, download and complete the Application for Dog Registration Form.

You will be required to provide documentation to prove your identity and age (such as a driver’s license, passport or proof of age card) as part of this application.

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Driveway Crossover & Footpath Permit

Permit for property owners/developers who would like to construct a new or modify an existing access driveway/crossover.

Fundraising Permit

Permit for fundraising, public displays and distributing leaflets.

Hoarding Extension Permit Form

Library Registration Form

Join the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters library service and be part of the 'one card' network. Membership is free!
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Local Nuisance – Exemption Application Form

Council may declare an activity exempt from section 18 of the Local Nuisance and Litter Control Act, if the Council considers exceptional circumstances exist.

Mobile Food Vendor Guidelines & Form

The Mobile Food Vendor Guidelines which set out locations within the City where Mobile Food Vendors (MFVs) can operate.

On-street Parking Permit

Permits are only available to residents living in the Council area.
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Outdoor Dining Permit

If you want your customers to dine outside on land owned by the Council, you will need an outdoor dining permit.
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