Project Information Memorandum
What is a Project Information Memorandum (PIM)
- whether you need a resource consent
- information and requirements for service connections and disconnections
- information known by Council about the land on which you intend to build.
When to apply for a PIM
How to apply for a PIM
PIM application (this is included on the Building Consent Application Form)
What the PIM will include
- Heritage status and special features (eg natural hazards)
- Any relevant District Plan provisions
- Relevant information from other Acts that has been notified to the territorial authority
- Stormwater and wastewater utility systems
- Details relevant to a network utility operator (eg vehicle access).
- Any requirement to obtain an evacuation scheme under the Fire Service Act 1975 (where necessary)
- A statement that the New Zealand Historic Places Trust has been notified (where applicable).
- A development contribution notice (if applicable).
- if your proposed building does not comply with the District Plan, then a resource consent will have to be obtained
- if you intend to build in a flood prone area, you will require a report from the Otago Regional Council
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