Inspections and Approvals
Find out more about what is considered an amusement device and how to obtain a permit to operate them.
Certificate for Public Use
A Certificate for Public Use (CPU) is issued by Council where it is satisfied the premises are safe for members of the public to use, before a Code Compliance Certificate is issued.
Certificate of Acceptance
Find out more about what a Certificate of Acceptance is and how to apply for one.
Changes to Approved Building Consents
Find out if changes to your approved building plan will affect your building consent and require a formal amendment.
Code Compliance Certificate
When your building project is complete, you will need to apply for a Code Compliance Certificate (CCC). Find out more.
Disputes and Complaints
If you are unhappy with the outcome or disagree with Council's decision, there are formal options for lodging a complaint or to resolve a disputed decision.
It is very important all required inspections are undertaken. Without regular inspections we may not be able to issue a code compliance certificate. Find out more.
Old Building Consents
This applies to a Code of Compliance Certificate (CCC) un-issued 5 years or more ago.
Restricted Building Work and Licensed Building Practitioners
If your residential building work contains structural elements or affects the weather tightness of the building, it may be 'restricted building work'.
Compliance Schedule & Building Warrant of Fitness
A Building Warrant of Fitness is a statement signed stating that the requirements of the building's compliance schedule have been fully complied with in the previous 12 months.