90 residential development appeals were finalised, which was
15% of the finalised Class 1 caseload.
Of these appeals:
69% involved detached single dwellings
25% involved dual occupancies (including subdivisions)
6% involved other types of development that the Court permitted to be dealt with under the
51% of residential development appeals, the parties agreed at the conciliation to the grant or modification of development consent.
30% of appeals, the parties did not reach agreement and the Court heard and determined the appeal.
19% of appeals were discontinued by the applicant.
75% of appeals were completed within 3 months of being commenced. The mean completion time was 75 days.
What is a residential development appeal?
Who can make a residential development appeal?
When can a residential development appeal be made?
How to start the appeal
Practice and procedure for residential development appeals
Preparing for the first directions hearing
At the first directions hearing
At the conciliation conference and final hearing
Residential development appeals: outcomes and orders
Residential development appeals: helpful materials
Residential development appeals: case studies