How you get your final inspection and why you need it.

Generally, building consents require a final inspection to obtain a Code Compliance Certificate (CCC). The purpose of the final inspection is to ensure that all work is completed to the conditions outlined by the building consent. This is requested on completion of all building work. A final inspection request is triggered by the application of a CCC. Once vetted and confirmed as a complete application the final inspection is booked.

The named contact for inspections will receive an email and/or text message to advise a date for the final inspection. The day prior to the inspection a text message is sent advising of the time the inspector will be on site.

Note: Some heating unit installation inspections will contain sufficient information that Council will not need to schedule another final inspection after they receive your application for CCC. If this is the case, your CCC will simply be issued.