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Monash City Council Immunisation Services offers free vaccinations, available through the National Immunisation Program Schedule for infants, school children and adults.
The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) is a State Government appointed panel of experts which independently reviews planning decisions made by Councils.
Ongoing education and training is vital for the improvement of Monash businesses.
It is the responsibility of the land owner to ensure that either a Planning Permit is applied for, or that the exemptions from the requirement to obtain a Planning Permit are satisfied.
A ‘vehicle crossing’ is the strip of your driveway that crosses the footpath and nature strip allowing vehicles to enter and exit your property.
The following is a list of venues or establishments in the city of Monash which double as arts centres or function rooms.
All verandas, by definition, are attached to a building, so you’ll always need a building permit to build, renovate or demolish a verandah.
On 19 September 2014, the Victorian Government introduced VicSmart, a 10 day permit application process that local councils will follow for straightforward planning applications.
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Monash is served by amazing volunteers each year who give their time to achieve remarkable things. While they give so much to the community, you have the chance to give back to them.
Monash is fortunate to have a group of more than 250 volunteers whose work helping others is at the heart of our community.
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Last updated: 14 September 2016