Certificates required to complete the development process.
A Building Information Certificate is for someone buying a property and wants to check that the building or buildings on the property are properly authorised.
A construction Certificate certifies that your chosen design and construction materials comply with the Building Code of Australia and associated standards and codes, and the development is consistent with your Development Application.
An Occupation certificate is issued for a development and grants approval for the use or occupation of a building.
Section 138 of the NSW Roads Act requires that all activities undertaken within Council's road reserve be approved by Council prior to the activities being undertaken.
A Subdivision Certificate certifies that the plan of subdivision has been completed in accordance with relevant development consent conditions or Complying Development Certificate.
A Subdivision Works Certificate certifies that subdivision work will be completed in accordance with specified plans and specifications will comply with any requirements in the regulations.
This certificate is required when buy, selling or leasing a property that has a swimming pool or spa, apply online.