Panel and Committee Reports
The panel and advisory committee reports that have been released over the last two years are available below.
On this page:
- Planning scheme amendment panel reports
- Advisory committee reports
- Planning permit call-in panel reports
- VCAT appeal call-in reports
- Environment effects inquiry reports
- Discussion Papers
- Availability of Reports
Panel reports about planning scheme amendments are made available 28 days after the report has been submitted by the panel.
Details of panel reports for planning scheme amendments can be viewed on Amendments Online. Proposals that are the subject of more that one amendment will be listed under each of the relevant amendments.
Follow the instructions provided to select the relevant planning scheme amendment. The panel report for that amendment (if available) can be viewed by selecting the 'Panel Report' link at the start of each amendment record.
Advisory committee reports are released at the discretion of the Minister for Planning. This usually happens once a final decision has been made on the matter under consideration. Reports are not automatically made publicly available 28 days after the submission of the report.
Planning permit call-in panel reports
Panel reports for planning permit applications that have either been called-in or referred to to the Minister for Planning are released at the Minister's discretion, usually once a final decision has been made about the matter under consideration.
Unlike planning scheme amendment panel reports, they are not automatically available 28 days after the panel's report has been submitted.
Advisory committee reports on appeals that have been called in from the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal are released at the Minister's discretion, usually once a final decision has been made.
Reports on proposals that have been referred for the preparation of an Environmental Effects Statement are published in the Environmental Assessment section of this website.
Papers prepared by (or for) Planning Panels Victoria on matters considered to be topical at the time of preparation.
All reports issued since 1998 are published on the Australian Legal Information Institute website.
If you require a copy of any report that does not appear on this site, or more information, please contact:
Planning Panels Victoria