Subdivision Works Certificate
A subdivision works certificate is required prior to the commencement of any subdivision works.
After development consent has been given, a subdivision works certificate must be obtained before any subdivision work can start.
The subdivision works certificate verifies that:
- the detailed construction plans and specifications of the development are consistent with the development consent and complies with the Building Code of Australia and relevant standards
- all required contributions and fees have been paid
- all development consent conditions that must be satisfied before a certificate can be issued have been met.
- Location plan clearly showing the site address and location with respect to the adjoining streets.
- details of the existing and proposed subdivision pattern including the number of lots and the location of roads.
- Copies of relevant compliance certificates.
- details of public authorities consulted about utility services to the land concerned.
- a report detailing and confirming compliance with all relevant conditions of development consent that must be satisfied to enable a subdivision works certificate to be issued.
- evidence of any relevant accredited component, process or design.
- Detailed engineering plans are also required showing:
- Road pavement
- Road furnishings
- Stormwater drainage
- Water supply works
- Sewerage works
- Landscaping works
- Erosion controls
How to apply for a Subdivision Works Certificate
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