Outstanding notices certificate
Outstanding notices certificates (section 735A and 121ZP certificates) can be requested from council. The certificate provides information about any outstanding notices or orders applying to a property.
This certificate is most often needed before property settlement.
Apply for a section 735A / 121ZP Certificate
A section 603 rating certificate specifies any outstanding rates, charges and debts payable to council in respect of a parcel of land.
This certificate is most often needed before a property settlement.
Apply for a rates certificate section 603
Section 88G certificates
These certificates determine whether there are any outstanding monies payable to council as a result of a positive covenant that effects the title of the property. Council are no longer taking mail or over the counter applications. These certificates must be lodged online using the links below.
All Applications (DA, MA, RA) and Certificates (Subcerts, CC, CDC, OC, BIC, PCA Appointments), excluding Pre DA’s, must be lodged via NSW Planning Portal.
Apply for a section 88G certificate
Apply for a section 88G certificate (urgent)
Properties with pools
Where a property has a pool the contract for sale requires to include a pool certificate of compliance or certificate of non-compliance.
See requirements when you have a pool and what the current pool barrier requirements are.
Previous work undertaken on a property
- Use council's DA Tracking for details about development applications dating back to 2006. This information does not cover any complying development or exempt development work undertaken on a property; or
- Lodge a GIPA application for information request relating to the property that may be held on a council file. Rules and fees apply.
Use council's Shire Maps to check zoning information on a property or apply for a zoning certificate to certify the zone of a property.
Use our Development Enquirer to find out about what Local Environment Plans and Development Control Plan rules apply to a particular property.
Search Development Enquirer
Contaminated land information
Information about contaminated land is obtained via a s149(2) planning certificate.
Do you need a building certificate?