Most subdivisions require physical works to be completed (for example, road construction and vehicle entrance crossings). We will carry out hold point inspections during the construction stage for assets that will vest to Council and at the request of the Developer’s representative to ensure you are complying with your approved design plans or relevant engineering standards and consent conditions.
To request an inspection please contact The subdivisions team at firstname.lastname@example.org, who will put you in touch with the Land Development Engineer looking after your subdivision project.
You may need to request clearance for works that are not directly related to construction works. This may include physical works. For example, these could include works required for the protection of covenant areas; for water connections; vesting of reserves and approval of management plans. During this step, you may also request legal documentation (such as consent notices) to be prepared ready for registration on the new titles, once issued.
S224 Clearance – Final Inspections and sign off of conditions
When you make your request for final clearance to be undertaken, we will work out what development contributions are payable for your subdivision and send you a letter. Final inspections will be carried out of all completed physical works, each condition will be signed off. QA documentation must be included as required by the Regional Infrastructure Technical specifications. Including the following:
- Producer statements
- As built plans
- Completion Certificate
- Any other relevant documentation
Once compliance has been achieved for all of your conditions of consent, we will issue a final invoice for all costs incurred for your subdivision and development contributions and any other relevant fees. All fees and contributions must be paid prior issuing the s224(c) certificate.