What can a property information certificate tell me?
You can apply for a property information certificate if you need one of the following:
- Building information - under Section 51 (1) of the Building Regulations 2018
- Property information - under Section 51 (2) of the Building Regulations 2018
- Mandatory Inspection Information - under Section 51 (3) of the Building Regulations 2018
Depending on which of the above you ask for, a property information certificate can include information on:
- details of building permits issued within the last 10 years
- any current building orders or notices
- whether your property is in a hazardous area
- existing building permits
- outstanding building notices and orders that need addressing
- whether the property is liable or subject to flooding, termites or snowfalls
- uncontrolled overland drainage
- mandatory inspections when required by owner builders.
How to apply
To apply for property information, please download and complete our Property information application form (PDF, 106KB).
You must specify the address of the property you need information for, and choose what type of information you need from the following:
- Section 51 (1): Building Information
- Section 51 (2): Property Information
- Section 51 (3): Mandatory Inspection Information.
Each of the above cost $47.20
You can then pay for your Property Information Certificate online.