In most cases a building inspector from Council will need to visit the building site at various stages during the work to ensure work complies with the consent. Typically, the inspector will record the inspection by making notes and taking photos.
The outcome of your inspection(s) will be verbally communicated to you onsite as well as e-mailed to the relevant contacts that were put on the submitted building consent application.
The granting of a building consent is conditional on enabling the building work to be inspected.
See this section for information on the outcome of an inspection.
See this section for information on what inspection types may happen for your build.
See this section for information on booking an inspection.
See this section for information on when an electronic inspection may occur.
How do I find out the outcome of an inspection? You will be sent a copy of the inspection site notice via email to the relevant contacts that were put on the submitted building consent application and the outcome will also be communicated verbally to the onsite representitive
What do I need to have onsite for an inspection? You will need to have a copy of the stamped approved plans onsite, either in paper form or on a device no smaller than a tablet. This includes the Form 5 issued building consent and site service notice or PIM.
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