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  • ​Hi Jeremy, As a general rule for all subdivisions where reticulated services are available we would apply a condition that services are installed at time of subdivision. We do this to ensure that costs are not left to any unsuspecting purchaser. Daniel ...

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  • If so, for which type of developments: All?  Large developments? all residential, commercial and industrial except water for industrial unless the size is known  Small (2 lots)? usually unless its a LU with a BC as well, then the drainlayer can do the ...

  • Hi all, Just a quick survey, can you let me know if you require drainage and water connections at the time of subdivision? If so, for which type of developments: All? Large developments? Small (2 lots)? Which council do you represent? Other comments? ...

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  • ​ Hi Clare, The information responses from Whanganui District Council for the standards for shared access ways are as follows: Reinforcing is only required where the designer of the right of way determines that it is necessary. The design guideline ...

  • Hi Clare, Worth mentioning that future ROW maintenance costs allocation will be determined by the Property Law act. Therefore the design and standard of construction should bear in mind that the owners will be paying for future repairs. Years ago many ...

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  • The Land Development Engineering Group (LDEG) is passionate about bringing together Land Development Engineers (LDEs) across New Zealand. We seek to do this by providing opportunities to network and collaborate with peers. As a committee we would like ...

  • IPWEA NZ and the Land Development Engineering Group (LDEG) committee were pleased to host the Strategic Focus Workshop on subdivision standards on the 22 nd of October in Wellington. The workshop was a result of our standards survey issued in July ...