With the commencement of SARA, it is proposed that the existing eDA service be reviewed to provide greater integration with the MyDAS system and a more stable platform for electronic lodgement. Until this is completed, councils will continue to be able to use the existing eDA service.
If the state is the assessment manager you can no longer use eDA. You need to lodge your application through MyDAS.
eDA is an online service used by specific councils to support the preparation, lodgement and processing of development applications.
To use eDA you will need to use a computer with the following software:
- Internet Explorer version 7 or later, or Firefox version 3 or later (PC or Mac).
- Adobe Reader version 9.0 or higher is required to enable the eForms to function properly. Adobe Reader can be downloaded free from www.adobe.com
Councils accepting eDA
View a list of councils that currently accept electronic lodgement of applications.