On occasions before a planning decision can be made, there is a meeting of stakeholders or objectors at Council with the Town Planning Department. Often this is a result of not all stakeholders agreeing on issues.

In some instances the Council’s Town Planning Department is unable to come to a decision and the matter is referred to a meeting of the Councillors. Generally there is opportunity to speak to the item which allows the applicant the ability to put forward their case further. 

In such instances it is advantageous to have a Town Planning professional provide representation, much in the same way that a solicitor would provide representation in a matter of law.

Fisher Planning have experience in providing representation in such matters and offer their professional expertise to give your application the best possible chance of a favourable outcome from Council.

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