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Subdivision bulletins

These bulletins outlines current information about requirements and specifications for subdividing land in the Christchurch District.

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Bulletin Date Contents
Bulletin 27 [PDF, 71 KB] February 2016 Wastewater Capacity Certificates 
Bulletin 26 [PDF, 72 KB] Sep 2014 Quality check procedures for as-built CCTV inspections
Bulletin 23.2 [PDF, 152 KB] May 2013

Geotechnical Assessment to satisfy Section 106 RMA matters

Bulletin 22 [PDF, 104 KB] Oct 2009 Proposed easements over land that will vest in Council as Reserve
Bulletin 21 [PDF, 197 KB] Aug 2009 The Interim Global Stormwater Consent (with FlowCharts and Checksheets)
Bulletin 20 [PDF, 598 KB] July 2009 Removal of trees protected as a condition of subdivision consent
Bulletin 19 [PDF, 32 KB] Aug 2008 Authorisation for Utilities and Reticulation on Subdivision and Development
Bulletin 18 [PDF, 41 KB] Apr 2008 Updates and Incorporates SB7, SB13 and SB17
Bulletin 16 [PDF, 129 KB] Sep 2007 Surface Water Management (Discharge Consent Compliance)
Bulletin 15 [PDF, 40 KB] Jun 2007 Subdivision Consent Application Plans and Documents, Water Supply Pipeline Installation
Bulletin 12 [PDF, 26 KB] Oct 2006 Vehicle Crossing Requirements
Bulletin 11 [PDF, 43 KB] Oct 2006 Digital Photographic Requirements, Protected Trees
Bulletin 10 [PDF, 68 KB] Jul 2006 Water Supply Meters

Note: Superseded Bulletins are not included in this list.