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PlanBuild Tasmania webinars

Phase one of the PlanBuild Tasmania portal is now live for public use. PlanBuild has teamed up with industry organisations to demonstrate how to use the portal and to run a question and answer panel.

The PlanBuild enquiry service allows anyone to enter an address in the portal to see what planning zones and codes apply to a property. A Property Report can be generated which includes maps, details of the planning zone, codes and other information that affect the selected property.


Future functionality will include application lodgement, tracking and the production of Approved Forms. 

These webinars will be tailored for each industry group for functionality relating to their specific profession including:

  • Creating projects and viewing licensed parties involved in the project, including the status, conditions and scope of work
  • Lodgement and acceptance of forms and applications, including production of a Certificate of Likely Compliance, Start Work and Standard of Work Notifications and many more
  • Referring applications to key agencies such as Tasmania Fire Service
  • Viewing and uploading documents including Certificates of Title, architectural plans, access plans, bushfire reports etc.

Click below to register for an event:

Australian Institute of Building Surveyors
Date/time 31 August 2022, 12 - 1pm AEST
CPD: 1 point
Register now
Registration closes midday 24 August 2022.

Master Plumbers Tasmania
Date/time 4 August 2022, 3:30pm AEST
CPD: 2 points
Registration details to be updated shortly.

Master Builders Tasmania
Date/time 13 September 2022, 4 – 5pm AEST
CPD: 2 points
Register now

Updated: 01 Aug 2022

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