Making an objection to an application for a Multiple Cat Permit
A person who resides on, or owns, land within 200m of the boundary of a property to which an application for a Multiple Cat Permit relates, may submit an objection to the issuing authority within 14 days of the Notice of Intention being published.
Applications that are within the 14 day objection period are listed below.
To submit an objection, complete the online form - Objection to an Application for a Multiple Cat Permit.
Ensure all fields are completed in full, and give clear reasons as to why you object to a Multiple Cat Permit being issued for that property.
Information contained in an objection will be kept confidential and used by the Secretary NRE Tas when assessing an application for a Multiple Cat Permit under the Cat Management Act 2009.
Submissions will not be made public.
Current Mutiple Cat Permit Applications
|PMCPI22006||33 Llenroc Street Geilston Bay||19 May 2022|
|PMCPI22007||47 Chris Street Prospect Vale||12 May 2022|
|PMCPI22008||28 Jillian Street Kings Meadows||12 May 2022|
|PMCPI22009||8 Kerby Court Prospect Vale ||12 May 2022|
|PMCPI22010||79 Crosswells Road Pelverata||18 May 2022|
|PMCPI22011||65B Sharland Ave New Norfolk||18 May 2022|
|PMCPI22012||2 Hambledon Avenue Park Grove||18 May 2022|
|PMCPI22013||65 Riviera Drive Carlton||18 May 2022|
|PMCPI22014||7 Pakenham Street Longford||18 May 2022|
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