We aim to provide high quality water and wastewater to new land developments and subdivisions as part of our services. Here we take you through the guidelines you'll need to follow when developing new land and subdivisions.
Seeing our region grow and develop is important to us, and we strive to play a part in its evolution. Learn about our development process and our plans for the Lower Hunter's growth.
What are you here to do?
We value our network of professionals who work alongside us in assisting the Lower Hunter. Here is where you can find a list of accredited designers, certifiers and or constructors for your development.
We have a number of strategies in place to support good development in the Lower Hunter region for years to come. Learn more about our Growth Plan and the funding initiatives available.
A quick way to find resources relevant to you.
We've made it easier for first-time developers to obtain the certificates and approvals they'll need to get construction underway. Follow our simple steps so you can start on your development.
If your development requires you to move, extend or protect our pipes, you have to sign a Developer Works Deed.
A range of industry professionals from developers to designers and our key partners, join us each year for the inaugural Development Forum. Watch our 2019 highlights.
As part of our ongoing engagement strategy with our development community, Hunter Water issues a quarterly eNewsletter to provide updates on upcoming events, changes to standards as well as relevant industry information.