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Nicole Finn

Date listed: 10/9/2019

Notice of Planning Appeal Under Section 79 of the Planning and Environment Act 1987

Address: 74 The Terrace, Ocean Grove

VCAT Reference Number: P1626/2019

Council Reference Number: PP-680-2019 Applicant: Dzine Constructions Pty Ltd C/- J Grech, Human Habitats Any person who may be affected by the granting of the permit may become a party to this proceeding. In order to do so, you must file and serve a Statement of Grounds in accordance with the VCAT Order (as described in Appendix A of the Order). We confirm that if you wish to become a party to this proceeding, you must submit a Statement of Grounds to VCAT, the Responsible Authority (Greater Geelong City Council) and the applicant (care of Human Habitats) by no later than 25 September 2019. Hearing Practice Day Hearing Compulsory Conference Hearing Date Time 10am, 4 October 2019 (30 minutes) 2pm, 5 December 2019 (3 hours) 10am, 5 February 2019 (3 days) Location 55 King Street, Melbourne (VCAT building) 55 King Street, Melbourne (VCAT building) 55 King Street, Melbourne (VCAT building) Statement of grounds If you wish to contest this application or you are a referral authority, you are entitled to become a party to this proceeding if you file and serve a statement of grounds in accordance with this order, unless third party review rights are excluded by the planning scheme or you indicate that you do not intend to participate in the hearing of the proceeding. If you file a statement of grounds and indicate that you do not intend to participate in the hearing of the proceeding, you will not be a party to the proceeding but you statement of grounds will be considered at any contested hearing of the proceeding. Fees apply if you intend to appear or present a submission at the hearing. If you do not pay the fee at the time of lodging your statement of grounds, you will not be a party and will not be entitled to take part at the hearing or any compulsory conference, even if you indicated that you wanted to participate. For information about fees and fee relief, visit www.vcat.vic.gov.au. Your statement of grounds should provide sufficient information so that the issues you intend to raise can be clearly identified. Normally VCAT does not have copies of the objections made to the responsible authority so do not assume that VCAT is aware of any statement you may have already made. If this is an application to review conditions under section 80 of the Planning and Environment Act 1987, your statement of grounds can only relate to the conditions that are being reviewed, not to other aspects of the permit. Lodge your statement of ground online with VCAT You may lodge your statement of grounds online with VCAT. Go to www.vcat.vic.gov.au Alternatively, you may access a blank statement of grounds form on the VCAT website

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