Use our interactive map to see public utility pipelines and waterways.
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Private drainage plans
You can request a plan by:
The Council can supply private drainage plans up to 1:500 scale. A private drainage plan might include:
- Public and private sewer pipes.
- Public and private stormwater pipes.
- Open waterways that have been located on site and plotted or electronically recorded from field surveys.
- Water supply pipelines up to the property’s water meter. The Council does not hold records on water supply pipe locations within private property boundaries.
Requests made in person are processed immediately. Phone requests are processed within 24 hours (weekdays only) and will be emailed to you.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries.
Please note there is a cost for private drainage plans.
See Fees - Regulatory & Property Information (Drainage Plans) for current pricing.
Building over Council owned drains
If you are rebuilding a house or garage you must check your plans don’t involve building over a Council drain.
The Council's Water Supply, Wastewater and Stormwater Bylaw 2014 specify the proximity of building work near drains – including public water, wastewater and stormwater pipes. This is so the Council can check, repair and replace drains quickly and efficiently.
Please see building near the water and wastewater network for more information.