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Development registers

City of Marion has implemented an Online Development Register to enable customers and clients the ability to enquire on the progress of development applications lodged prior to 19 March 2021 within the Council area.

The register allows enquiries to be made by address, application number, date range, description or by application type, and will provide information such as:

  • Name and address of the applicant
  • The date on which the application was lodged
  • The subject address for the application
  • The description of the application
  • The current status of the application (including any referrals or decisions made on the application)

*Please note this register listing may not comply with the level of detail required in the statutory register available for viewing at Council's offices and is provided for your information only. Should additional information be required please contact Development Services on (08) 8375 6600.

You may access the Online Development Register here:

Private Certifier Consents Register

In April 2013 the Development (Private Certification) Variation Regulations 2013 was gazetted.

This new variation requires Council to publish a register of all applications that have been granted approval by Private Certifiers pursuant to Regulation 98 (2) of the Development Regulations 2008.

The Private Certifier Consents Register will be made available on this webpage and updated on a regular basis as below.

Land Management Agreements Register

In early 2017 the Planning, Development and Infrastructure Act commenced. The Act requires Council to publish a register of all Land Management Agreements (LMAs) for public inspection.

The LMAs Register will be made available on this webpage and updated on a regular basis as below.

For more information on LMAs, including details on how to purchase a copy or view LMAs in a spatial context, please visit Plan SA’s webpage via this link.

A LMA sets out rules relating to the development, management, preservation or conservation of land.

The owner of a property can enter into an LMA with the Minister for Planning or a Council.

An agreement may be set up to:

  • Help conserve vegetation or the preservation of walking trails or other things of public interest
  • Specify the types of development appropriate for the land and regulate built form outcomes

A LMA becomes binding once it is noted on the certificate of title. It is binding on the current owner of the land, whether or not the LMA was made with that owner initially.