Regardless of where or what you’re building, it’s likely you’ll need a building consent. Below we’ve put together a comprehensive rundown about how to apply, process and plans, LBPs, CCCs, exemptions, restricted work, and some handy FAQs.
All building work must be carried out in accordance with the Building Code and the Council's District Plan whether or not it is exempt from a building consent.
Additional to this, resource consent may be required. If you are unsure whether resource consent is required or if any specific requirements of the District Plan are required to be met please contact the Planning Department.
All Building Consent applications at Napier City Council are now lodged online. To apply for a Building Consent please go to the Submit It section on the home page or follow the link below:
Building consent means a consent to carry out building work granted by a Building Consent Authority under section 49 of the Building Act 2004.
Building Consents Officer (Building, Plumbing and Drainage)
+64 6 835 7579
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