Subdivision is a form of development that generally requires consent under the provisions of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979. For further information on obtaining consent and the different forms of subdivision, click here.
If a subdivision requires civil construction works (including rights-of-carriageway, roads, footpaths, water and sewerage asset construction) then a subdivision Construction Certificate is also required. For further information on obtaining a Construction Certificate, click here.
A Subdivision Certificate, as provided for under Section 109c(1)(d) of the Environmental Planning and Assessment Act 1979, certifies that the subdivision has been completed in accordance with the consent and any subdivision work has been completed in accordance with the Construction Certificate. The Subdivision Certificate authorises the registration of the plan of subdivision for lodgement with the NSW Lands Titles Office. The plan is to be prepared by a registered surveyor.
For additional information on Subdivision Certificates click here.
For additional information on Awnings, please see the Awnings Policy POL-050 which can be found here.