If you want to film on a street in Monash, you need to apply for a filming permit.
The application requires the following information:
- The size and number of vehicles needed to be parked at the location
- Parking restrictions
- All street, park and local activity must be taken into consideration, for example, garbage collection, business and sports
- Residents within the affected area must be given a minimum of 48 hours' notice
- A copy of your $20,000,000 (minimum) Public Liability Policy, including Council’s interest noted, must be submitted with your application
If the application is approved, a permit for a maximum period will be issued. This may vary depending on the location.
A minimum of 2 weeks’ notice must be given to Council before filming starts.
You may also need:
- An Occupy Roadway Permit if you need to occupy part of any kind of a road, laneway, footpath, nature strip, car park, or road reserve for filming purposes. Please refer to Council's Hoarding/Occupy Roadway Permit. You may need to allow extra time for your application to be reviewed.
- To provide Council with a traffic management plan, depending on the size and place of the area you want to film in.
There are 2 types of filming permits:
Submitting your application
If you need an Occupy Roadway Permit, this needs to be approved before you can submit your permit application form.
Payments - only after permit application has been assessed/approved.