Maritime Applications Map

The bed of Sydney Harbour, Botany Bay, Newcastle Harbour and Port Kembla Harbour is publicly-owned land. This land is vested in Roads and Maritime who manages it for the benefit of the people of NSW. Any development, occupation or use of these waterways requires the consent of Roads and Maritime as landowner, in addition to any required planning or construction approvals.

This map allows you to follow the progress of Development Applications requiring approval from Roads and Maritime Services. This service is part of the Governments ongoing commitment to provide NSW residents with greater transparency.

The Maritime Applications Map is designed to search all Development Applications which are either determined or currently under assessment by Roads and Maritime Services. You can search current and recent applications by map location, address, or reference number.

This service is updated regularly. Please note that it may take a few days for new applications to appear on the map.

About this map

The Maritime Applications Map will only show Development Applications lodged via the e-Lodgement portal.

The map provides a snapshot of key information regarding the application. This includes:

  • Status
  • Site Address
  • Description of work
  • Date of Submission
  • Date of Determination (if applicable)
  • DAM Reference Number (if applicable)

Any person wishing to confirm or obtain additional information about their application should contact Maritime Planning at maritimeplanning@rms.nsw.gov.au or call 13 12 36 (Option 6).

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Statements of Reasons

Coming in 2020

The Statement of Reasons for decisions which Roads and Maritime Services has made on development applications is published below in accordance with the NSW planning legislation.

Decision DateDA NumberDevelopment TypeAddressStatement
     

More information

For more information or to make an enquiry, contact the team at maritimeplanning@rms.nsw.gov.au.

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