Drainage and easements

Published: 9 February 2017

Drainage

If you need right-of-entry to our property to connect to an existing or new drain pipe, you will need to provide in writing:

  • your name, address and contact details
  • the address of the property in question
  • address of the Housing New Zealand property
  • a copy of the consent application
  • a copy of the property title
  • a covering letter outlining the request and the timeframe for the proposed works
  • details of whether the drain is public or private and the method of installation (thrust or open trench)
  • a copy of the site plan and site photographs.

When you have collected this information you can:

Note that if your proposal is approved there may be a charge and/or a bond which will be payable to Housing New Zealand. 

Easements (non drainage)

You may need our consent for new easements, to make changes to existing easements, or to remove easements (for example telecommunications, right of way access or power).

You will need to provide in writing:

  • your name, address and contact details
  • the address of the property in question
  • the address of the Housing New Zealand property
  • a covering letter detailing your request
  • a copy of the consent application
  • a copy of the property title
  • a copy of the site plans
  • any other information you think we might need to know

When you have collected this information you can

 

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