17 December 2018: Amending legislation came into effect on 17 December 2018.
20 October 2018: The Meander Valley draft Local Provisions Schedule (LPS) is on public exhibition from 20 October to 21 December 2018.
1 August 2018: The Minister has issued a minor modification to Visitor Accommodation Planning Directive 6.
19 June 2018: Guideline No. 1 has been revised to reflect recent amendments to the SPPs and Practice Note 9 has been issued.
7 June 2018: Report on draft Planning Directive No. 6 – Exemption and Standards for Visitor Accommodation in Planning Schemes released.
19 April 2018: The Minister has made amendments to the SPPs, not requiring public exhibition.
5 October 2017: Guideline No. 1 and Practice Notes 6, 7 and 8 have been revised to reflect changes to the transitional requirements for LPSs in the Act.
4 October 2017: Re-advertised notice of intention to undertake assessment and extend period to receive written representation or submission.
28 September 2017: Practice Notes revised to reinforce the requirements of section 30O of the Land Use Planning and Approvals Act 1993.
28 September 2017: Changes to iplan as a result of the Planning and Building Portal (PABP) project (formerly known as iplan stage 2).
15 September 2017: The Commission will no longer redact representors’ contact details from representations published on iplan.
23 August 2017: The Minister issues Planning Directive 5.1 - Bushfire-Prone Areas Code.
11 August 2017: Draft Planning Directive No. 6 on Visitor Accommodation is being exhibited until 11 September 2017.
1 July 2017: The Minister has issued an interim planning directive for some types of Visitor Accommodation.
5 May 2017: The Commission has issued a Guideline and released four Practice Notes to assist in the preparation of draft LPSs.
22 February 2017: The SPPs as made by the Minister are now available from the Planning Policy Unit
22 February 2017: The Minister has issued a modified Bushfire-Prone Areas Code.
14 December 2016: Release of the draft SPP report will coincide with the making of the SPPs.
9 December 2016: The Commission has forwarded its report on the draft SPPs to the Minister for Planning and Local Government.
27 July 2016: Hearings for the draft State Planning Provisions (SPPs) Codes are underway.
13 July 2016: The Commission has finalised a review of the report on the Draft Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area Management Plan 2014.
4 July 2016: The hearing program for the draft State Planning Provisions (SPP) is now available on this website.
15 June 2016: Hobart, Burnie and Launceston hearing dates confirmed.
24 May 2016: Draft State Planning Provisions hearing dates to be confirmed.
15 April 2016: The Commission has commenced a review of the report on the Draft Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area Management Plan 2014
8 April 2016: The Interim Planning Directive No.1 - Bushfire-Prone Areas Code is being exhibited for public comment until 19 May 2016.
12 March 2016: The draft State Planning Provisions are being exhibited for public comment from 15 March to 18 May 2016
10 March 2016: Introduction of Practice Notes to replace Planning Advisory Notes
23 February 2016: Interim Planning Directive No.1 – Bushfire-Prone Areas Code came into effect on 23 February 2016.
17 February 2016: Minor modifications to PD1 come into effect on 17 February 2016.
18 December 2015: The Minister declares a revision of the Northern Regional Land Use Strategy.
17 December 2015: Amending legislation came into effect on 17 December 2015.
25 November 2015: The Minister for Planning and Local Government has declared a new planning scheme for the Derwent Valley municipal area.
28 October 2015: The Minister for Planning and Local Government has declared a new planning scheme for the Central Highlands municipal area.
24 September 2015: Amending legislation tabled in lower house of Parliament.
26 August 2015: The Minister declares new planning schemes for Huon Valley and Southern Midlands.
12 August 2015: The Minister for Planning and Local Government has declared a new planning scheme for the Tasman municipal area.
05 August 2015: First draft Panel report is now available.
05 August 2015: The Minister for Planning and Local Government has declared a new planning scheme for the Sorell municipal area.
29 July 2015: The Minister for Planning and Local Government has declared a new planning scheme for the Glamorgan Spring Bay municipal area.
01 July 2015: The Minister declares new planning schemes for Glenorchy, Kingborough and Clarence.
01 July 2015: The Commission has released its report on the Trust's amending plan for the Pinnacle Specific Area.
29 June 2015: The bill to implement a single planning scheme has been released for feedback.
13 May 2015: The Minister for Planning and Local Government has declared new planning schemes for the Hobart and Brighton municipal areas.
01 April 2015: Amendments to the planning legislation which formally establish Tasmania's digital planning system commenced today.
29 April 2015: The new Launceston interim planning scheme has come into effect.
01 January 2015: Amendments to the Land Use Planning and Approvals Act 1993 became effective.
25 November 2014: Information and documents relating to the Commission’s assessment of the Northern Region’s interim planning schemes are available.
19 November 2014: Details of the draft amendment to extend the Pinnacle Specific Area zone are available.
01 April 2015: Following an extensive hearing process, the new Launceston interim planning scheme to commence 29 April 2015.
13 February 2015: The Commission has decided to hold a hearing on the representations received.
18 November 2014: The Tasmanian Planning Commission launches its new look website.
14 October 2014: Information and documents relating to the Commission’s assessment of the Cradle Coast interim planning schemes are available.
18 June 2014: Minister issues modified Planning Directive 4.1.
8 January 2014: The modified Planning Directive No. 1 - The Format and Structure of Planning Schemes comes into effect.
28 February 2014: Planning Directive No. 4.1 – Standards for Residential Development in the General Residential Zone comes into effect.