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Application for Certificates


 The following Certificates can be purchased on the Certificate Application Form:

  • Section 10.7 Planning Certificate - A Section 10.7 Planning Certificate provides information on how a property may be used and the restrictions on development. The planning certificate is issued under Section  of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979. The two types of Planning Certificates prepared by Council are issued under Section 10.7 (2) and (5) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979.     

    • The 10.7(2) Certificate includes information about Zoning, lot sizing and uses of the land under the planning control, as well as Bushfire & Flood Prone Land. 

    • The 10.7(5) Certificate includes information about whether the land has known contamination, terrestrial biodiversity or if development consent with respect to the land been granted within the last five years. 

  • Drainage Diagram - Shows the location of any recorded Council Sewer reticulation and connected building sanitary drainage 

  • Section 121ZP Outstanding Notices - Certificate under the EP&A Act 1979 - provides details of any outstanding notice / orders issued by Council under the Act

  • Section 735A Certificate - Certificate under the Local Government Act - provides details of any outstanding notices / orders issued by Council under the Act 

  • Swimming Pools Certificate of Compliance 

  • Section 608 (Outstanding Notices) - Request for the supply of information concerning any outstanding notices or orders issued by Council in relation to the subject nominated Acts 

    • Public Health Act 2010

    • Food Act 2003

    • Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997 

    • Swimming Pool Act 1992

  • Food Shop Inspection - Request for Council to carry out inspection of a food premises (except a butcher) to determine compliance with the Food Act 2000

  • Existing Sewage Management System (OSSMS) Condition Report 

Once Council receives your certificate application and the associated fees, Council will aim to process your application within seven (7) business days.

Building Information Certificates

A building information certificate is issued under Section 6.7 of the Environmental Planning & Assessment Act 1979.

 

The certificate can apply to the whole or part of a building and is valid for seven years. It is usually sought by buyers or sellers of a property to make sure that a particular building and its land can remain as they are for that period of time - without suffering regulatory action by Council. A building information certificate does not prevent Council from issuing notices and orders in relation to unauthorised works or fire safety matters.

 

 

Last Updated: 14 Mar 2018