HVIA welcomes the simplification of ROVER applications

The Department of Infrastructure has advised that it will remove the need for applicants to attach an extract or complete copy of UN approval documents to their applications.

The Department has advised that the change will come fully into effect at the next release of ROVER.

However, as an interim step the Department has advised that, when completing their compliance forms, applicants now should include the comment that they are able to provide the approval if requested.

They no longer need to upload an extract from or a complete copy of the UN approval document.

HVIA’s National Manager of Policy and Government Relations, Greg Forbes said it is a step in the right direction.

“HVIA and other Industry bodies have been arguing for simplification of the processes around UN approvals for some time,” Mr Forbes said.

“Attaching the documents to the application was unnecessary; it is good to see the department has acted on this.”

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