Randwick City Council issues certificates for development compliance, construction, occupation, zoning, flooding, swimming pools and more. Get the why, when, how and how much for all of them.
Building information certificates
Find out how building certificates work in Randwick: why they exist, how to apply for one, how much they cost and what their limits are.
Complying development certificates
You need a CDC before carrying out any building work. It combines approval for use of the land and the construction works. Learn about approval criteria and how to apply.
After obtaining your development consent, you will need to obtain a Construction Certificate before carrying out any building or associated work.
Swimming pool certificates
From April 2015, sale contracts or lease agreements for properties that have a swimming pool must reference a Swimming Pool Compliance Certificate.
These certificates certifiy that a building is suitable and safe to be occupied, as per the Building Code of Australia (BCA). See why you may need one and how to apply.
For a plan of subdivision to be registered, the property must first get a subdivision certificate.
Section 149 certificates & other property searches
Find out about how land is zoned by viewing the 10.7 certificate, previously known as the 149 certificate or Council's Local Environment Plan (LEP).
Notices & Orders
If you're concerned there may be Council issues with a property, you can apply for an Outstanding Notices Certificate listing current or outstanding notices and orders.