Preliminary servicing advice provides general information about the water and sewer issues relevant to the proposal, and helps determine whether a Developer servicing strategy will be required.
We aim to provide high-quality water and sewer to new land developments and subdivisions as part of our services.
Here we take you through our land development processes, the various application types, the costs and charges involved as well as the guidelines, manuals and documentation you'll need when developing new land and subdivisions.
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A Review of Environmental Factors (REF) considers the likely impacts the works may have on the environment and the local community.
Hunter Water will inform you if a Developer Servicing Strategy is required through either Preliminary Servicing Advice or Notice of Requirements letter. Find our how to prepare a strategy here.
If you are planning on subdividing land we will need to make sure that each of the newly created lots is serviced and that the infrastructure is appropriately sized in order to service your subdivision. Read on to find out more about the application process
Complex Works are more technically challenging assets where Hunter Water focuses more of its attention within the review and approval process. Learn more about the Complex works process and how it may impact your assessment.
Routine Works (Minor and Major) are standard assets which are required to be completed as part of the Developer Works process. Learn more about the Routine works process and how it may impact your assessment.
A Statement of Available Pressure and Flow identifies available flow and pressure at any hydrant in our network.
Our Guideline for development in drinking water catchments provides advice and guidance for anyone proposing to undertake works within our drink water catchment.