Inspections

Last updated: 13 Oct, 2021 04:51pm

At various stages during construction, you will need to arrange for building officers to inspect the work that has been done to ensure it complies with the conditions of the building consent.

  • Inspection requirements
  • Apply for an inspection

Inspection requirements

The required inspections are listed in your building consent.

You should have a clear timeline for your building work and book inspections for appropriate dates well in advance to avoid delays on site.

Approved consent documents and the person nominated below must be on site at the time of the inspection.

If the inspector is not satisfied that the work meets the requirements of the building consent a re-inspection may be required at additional cost.

If inspections have been missed, contact us to discuss possible alternative evidence you can provide that the work is code compliant.

An application for Code Compliance Certificate (Form 6) with all sections competed must be supplied when applying for a final inspection.

  Code compliance certificate application form   [1.3mb]

Booking an inspection

Contact us to book an inspection.

Please have the following information handy:

  • address for inspection
  • type of inspection required
  • building consent number (this is a unique number given to each building consent)
  • name and contact number of person who will be on site
  • preferred time

Book an inspection at least 24 hours in advance.

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