When a building consent application is lodged a deposit is required to be paid. A list of these deposits are outlined
in the fees and charges. After the building consent has been processed
and is available to be issued a full invoice of costs will be sent out to the applicant. This is an indication that the
consent is available to be uplifted at the Planning reception.
There are a variety of ways you can pay your building consents, find the payment option that suits you.
By Internet Banking
To make a payment to the Napier City Council you must access your bill payment details through your own banking system.
Bank account details for the Napier City Council are:
Westpac Napier - 030698 0289001 00
Reference Details Required - Your building consent number (e.g. BC091234)
You can post your application form, details and cheque to:
Napier City Council
Private Bag 6010
Come to the Council Civic Building, Hastings Street between 8am - 5.00pm.
BRING YOUR APPLICATION FORM AND DETAILS WITH YOU.
You can pay using:
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