Advertised Development Applications


As per Council Policy and Legislation, certain types of Development Applications (DA's) require public exhibition in the Inverell Times and on the Council's website. Should any DA's currently be under exhibition, you will find them listed below.

  • NOTICE OF PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT - DA-190/2010A: Sturmans Road, Spring Mountain NSW 2360

A Development Application has been received for determination by the Inverell Shire Council, the particulars being:

Application: DA-190/2010/A
Applicant: Mr John Alexander Frazier
Development: Modification to Approved Extractive Industry - Increase Extraction from 4,000m3 to 30,000m3 per annum
Address: Sturmans Road, SPRING MOUNTAIN  NSW 2360
Title Particulars:  Lot 141 DP 753305
Consent Authority: Inverell Shire Council

The proposed development is Integrated Development. The following approvals from the relevant approval bodies are required:

  • Environment protection licence to authorise carrying out of scheduled development work at any premises – Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997 – Environment Protection Authority.

The following information has been uploaded on the Advertised Development Applications section of Council’s website ( and is available for review:

Additional information including:

The Development Application and the documents accompanying the application may be inspected for 32 days from 12 May 2017 until 13 June 2017, between 8:30am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday, at Inverell Shire Council’s Administration at 144 Otho Street, Inverell.

A person may make a written submission in relation to the Development Application by 13 June 2017. A submission by way of objection must set out the grounds of the objection.



Not all applications are required to be advertised in the Inverell Times or exhibited on the website. A full list of applications received by Council can be found at Application Tracking.







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