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If you are an applicant or have objected to a planning permit application and you don’t agree with the final outcome, you can lodge an appeal with the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) to review the decision.
If you are an objector, you must have submitted an objection to the original permit application when it was lodged with us and you must:
You must lodge an appeal within 21 days of the decision.
If you are a planning permit applicant, you must:
You must lodge an appeal within 60 days of when the refusal notice is issue, or if you wish to challenge a condition on the planning permit issued.