Work to construct new infrastructure and land developments that will be owned or maintained by Council must comply with strict guidelines. This includes projects relating lighting, roading, water, wastewater and surface water systems.
This section outlines the technical and construction requirements for these projects to make sure the work will be designed, approved and built to Council standards, national codes and regulations.
For further information, please contact our City Environment, Asset Management Team on (03) 941 8999 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Council's technical requirements for the construction of land and asset developments in our city.
Applies to the creation or enhancement of infrastructural assets in Christchurch City.
Best practice guides and resources to assist contractors avoid environmental harm and ensure compliance.
Engineering plans for vested three waters infrastructure require review and acceptance by Council.
Acceptable materials that can be used in the construction of assets that will be taken over or maintained by Christchurch City Council.
Allowed to carry out certain works on assets owned or maintained by Council.
We use the Government Electronic Tendering Service (GETS) as the online system for publishing Council tender opportunities.
Apply for a Permit to Work before starting works on the water supply and wastewater networks.
A permit to enter is required before accessing Council water, stormwater and wastewater sites.
Precise level values for the Christchurch City Council Benchmark Network.
Organisations to notify where there is a possibility that underground services may be affected by your work
Authority to access Council services confined spaces is required before you enter any Council owned confined space.