Direct Sale Step 2: Download the correct Eligibility Application

Statutory eligibility criteria exist for several types, but the information on this page is specific only to those listed below.

  • Non-government educational establishments, in accordance with section 108 of the Planning and Development Regulation 2008.
  • Community use, in accordance with section 112 of the Planning and Development Regulation 2008.
  • Supportive accommodation, in accordance with section 113 of the Planning and Development Regulation 2008.
  • Territory entities, in accordance with section 106 or 121 of the Planning and Development Regulation 2008.
  • Contiguous land
    • Contiguous land that is public land, in accordance with section 110 of the Planning and Development Regulation 2008.
    • Contiguous land that is not public land, in accordance with section 122 of the Planning and Development Regulation 2008.

Review the eligibility criteria

There are two versions of the direct sale of land eligibility application: one for government entities, one for the community sector, and one for commercial entities. All versions capture the information required for contiguous land. Some as in Step 1 are contiguous.

Answer the following questions in the order in which they are presented to determine which application is right for you.

Government (Territory, Territory Entity and Commonwealth Entity)

  1. Is the organisation a territory entity
  1. Is the land for an additional campus for a registered non-government school? (i.e. a campus that is registered under section 88B of the Education Act 2004.
  1. Is your organisation registered under the Training and Tertiary Education Act 2003 ?
  1. Are you authorised to operate a university without contravening section 81 of the Training and Tertiary Education Act 2003?

Non-government educational establishments

  1. Is your organisation a “registered non-government school”? (i.e. a non-government school that is registered or provisionally registered under part 4.2 of the Education Act 2004.)
  1. Is the land for an additional campus for a registered non-government school? (i.e. a campus that is registered under section 88B of the Education Act 2004).
  1. Is your organisation registered under the Training and Tertiary Education Act 2003?
  1. Are you authorised to operate a university without contravening section 81 of the Training and Tertiary Education Act 2003?

Community use and supportive accommodation

  1. Does your organisation hold a club license under the Liquor Act 2010 ?
  1. Does your organisation carry out its services for the financial benefit of its members?
  1. Does your organisation provide, as its principal purpose, a service or assistance to people living or working in the ACT?

Where can I get help?

For questions about the direct sale of land process, including how to apply, call +61 2 6205 1632 or make an online enquiry.

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