Start planning early
We recommend you get in touch with us at least three months before you start building. This is because when we install our network, we need to bring it from the street to your property, usually underground. So for efficiencies, it’s great if we can plan ahead and use the trenches dug for other utilities or build components.
View our handy how-to-guide to find out what's involved to get your development connected.
How to apply:
Are you looking for a simple estimate or are you ready to break ground?
Getting your development connected:
Steps to getting your development connected:
- accept the quote and agree to provide full payment within 30 days of acceptance
- agree to the planned work that will be carried out
- let us know you understand our health and safety requirements. Your safety and the safety of our technicians onsite are important to us
Once we’ve finished building our network to the boundary, it needs to be connected to the new premise through a lead-in pipe. Installing the lead-in pipe within your development is your responsibility and at your cost. Find out how to install a lead-in pipe here.
EasementsIf your development lots are accessed by a right-of-way or shared driveway, you’ll need to register an easement to allow us continued access to maintain and upgrade our network. The easement will need to be shown in your draft Land Title Plans. Find out more about easements here.