Subdivision fees and forms

Subdivision forms, fees, guides and general information.

Subdivision application processing at our Perth Office

Conformance checking of subdivision applications at our Perth office will be available between 11 am–12 pm Monday to Friday only. Applications can be lodged in person at any other time, but will be treated the same as mailed applications and processed in the order they are received.

The Department’s preferred method of receiving subdivision applications is online through our ePlan electronic processing service.

How to submit your application

All application forms listed below are interactive PDF files.  To submit an application, download the form, complete the form on screen and print copies of your completed form. Please be advised that files cannot be saved unless you have the Adobe Acrobat Professional installed on your device.

Important information

Please be aware that the agendas and minutes of WAPC meetings are made available on the PlanningWA website. As a result, information supplied to the WAPC relevant to your application or to assist the WAPC in making a determination may be subject to public access.

Fees and Forms

Freehold or survey-strata subdivision

Please note Form 1A can be submitted and paid online via ePlan.  Once the application is successful and login credentials have been received, you can log in via eLodgement.  Guidance notes and technical support are available from the login page.

View the flow chart of subdivision process

Endorsement of deposited plan, survey-strata plan or strata plan

Please note Form 1C can be submitted and paid online via ePlan.  Once the application is successful and login credentials have been received, you can log in via eLodgement.  Guidance notes and technical support are available from the login page.

Amended plan/s for freehold or survey-strata subdivisionReconsideration of WAPC decision on freehold or survey-strata subdivisionCertificate of approval for a strata plan, re-subdivision or consolidation
Page last reviewed 26 November 2018
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