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If you are planning work near our assets, you have obligations when building or moving construction plant. See Working and building near our assets for more information.

Land development

Developers of subdivisions contiguous to our water supply or wastewater reticulation networks, will be required to enter into a Developer Agreement to install water and sewer infrastructure to GWMWater's requirements and standards, servicing the new lots and ratable properties. See Developer works for more information.

Property development

Sub-divisions and multiple rated properties

Developers of multi-lot or multi-tenancy properties will be required to install water and sewer infrastructure servicing the lots and ratable properties.

Where your activity involves extensions or alterations to our network, you will be required to enter into a Developer Agreement. See Developer works for more information.

Property boundary realignments

If you are planning application includes a boundary realignment that results in:

  • A service(s) crossing a property boundary(s); or
  • An allotment(s) becoming remove from a service(s)

you are required to reinstate the services to GWMWater standards.

This may require abandonment and relocation of services, and may require extension of our network to front lots. Where your activity involves extensions or alterations to our network, you will be required to enter into a Developer agreement. See Developer works for more information.

Property title consolidations

Where two or more lots are consolidated, you will be required to install infrastructure servicing the new lot in accordance with GWMWater standards. Existing assets (including service connections) can only be utilised with written consent from GWMWater.

You are required to remove or decomission any redundant connections and GWMWater assets. Note that multiple connections for single allotments are not permitted unless exempt on the basis of hydraulic necessity. 

Where your activity involves extensions or alterations to our network, you will be required to enter into a Developer agreement. See Developer works for more information.

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