Information about the application process to request temporary access across fire trails or reserves for the purposes of building works, tree removal etc.
To find out the zoning of a particular block of land, you can apply to council for a planning certificate 10.7.
BASIX is a mandatory certificate under the EPA Act for all development approvals in NSW. Use the NSW Planning & Environment online BASIX assessment tool.
A building information certificate is usually needed when buying or selling a property, or after unauthorised development has been carried out on a site.
You will need a bushfire certificate if you are planning on doing complying development in bush fire prone land.
Before any work on a proposed complying development can commence, a certificate of complying development must be issued. You can engage Council's certification services for this work.
A construction certificate is an approval to make sure building plans and specifications comply with the various codes and standards. You can engage council's certification services for this work.
Carrying out work on driveways, footpaths and roads.
Owners of buildings such as commercial or industrial premises and residential flat buildings etc, have a legal obligation to ensure that all fire safety measures installed on the premises are maintained in good working condition at all times. This involves Council being provided with Fire Safety Certificate and annual Statements.
Flood information and application form.
The legal occupation of a building is only permitted when the final occupation certificate is issued. You can engage council's certification services for this work.
Council can inspect your pool and if it is compliant, a certificate will be issued that is valid for 3 years unless safety concerns arise.
Installing wood heaters and fire places correctly to avoid creating air pollution.
Guidelines for the use of Council land such as unclosed road / laneway / drainage reserve / footpath / airspace adjoining your property.
Owners Consent for Council owned/Crown land
Information and Guidelines from NSW Government Crown Lands for landholders with a Crown Lands Domestic Waterfront Licence