Certifying Authorities and Principal Certifying Authorities supervise construction and ensure that works are compliant with the Development Consent and Building Standards.
A consent authority is the person or body that has the authority to approve or reject a Development Application.
Certifies that the construction drawings and specifications are consistent with the Development Consent, the Building Code of Australia and other relevant construction standards.
A formal request for consent to carry out proposed development, such as a change to the use of land, subdivision of land or to carry out building work or landscaping.
Assessment systems are tailored to cater for varying size, nature and complexity of different project types, which will will determine which assessment system applies to a particular development.
A complete List of Development Application Guide Checklists. Find the ones relevant to your Application and use them to make sure you have got everything prepared to lodge your application.
An Occupation Certificate verifies that the Principal Certifying Authority is satisfied that a building is suitable to occupy.
Council offers a formal pre-Development Application lodgement Service for more complex Development Applications, which is aimed at identifying key issues of a proposal.
Disclosure statements are required by section 147 of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979. Find out if you need to make a disclosure.