The Singleton Council DA Tracker is currently experiencing technical issues and is unavailable at this time. During this period, notification for development applications will be extended to 28 days. Documents for development applications currently on notification can be accessed in person at the Council Administration Building during business hours. We apologise for the inconvenience.
Singleton, Muswellbrook, and Upper Hunter Shire councils are teaming up for a revolutionary Upper Hunter Drought Resilience Plan. Together, we're crafting an evidence-based strategy to tackle drought impacts head-on. Complete our quick online survey and be part of building resilience in our community.
In July 2018, the Department of Defence commenced environmental investigations into the presence of PFAS on and around the Singleton Military Area.
It's important to consider your neighbours when it comes to noise, to know what you can do if noise is an issue and when noise restrictions apply.
If wood heater are not installed or operated correctly, they can produce excessive smoke which is a major contributor to air pollution.
Grey-headed Flying Foxes are listed as a threatened species under both NSW and Commonwealth legislation, and management of flying‐foxes and their habitat is guided by legislative requirements.
Weeds are one of the biggest environmental issuers. Learn about the measures Council takes to address weeds and what you can do as a land owner or occupier.
Pest species can be considered as any species (other than native species) that present a biosecurity threat.
Stormwater management on private land is the responsibility of the owner of the property.