Building and certification
If you are you thinking of building in Eurobodalla or already have your Development Application approved, Council can help with the construction and certification process.
Under the Building and Development Certifiers Regulation 2020, you must now enter into a Contract for Certification Work when you apply for:
- Construction-related applications
- Complying Development Certificate (CDC) application
- Appointment of Principal Certifier
- Occupation Certificate
- Compliance Certificate.
You can download a Contract for Certification Work and lodge it with your application:
If your Construction Certificate has already been issued, you can use our online form to request a building inspection.
Use the NSW Planning Portal from 1 July 2021
From 1 July 2021, applications such as development applications and post-consent certificates must be lodged via the NSW Government's Planning Portal. From 1 July 2021 the NSW Planning Portal is the only way you can lodge these applications.
The construction process
Find out about the construction approval and inspection processes, and appointing Council as your principal certifier if you continue to the construction stage.
This type of approval combines the functions of a Development Application and a Construction Certificate for development that meets relevant standards under State planning policies.
Once you have a Construction Certificate, and before you start any works, you need to appoint a principal certifier who will carry out your inspections at each required stage of construction.
Council's certification services
We provide an efficient, cost effective and professional certifying service and work with you throughout the development and construction process to help make sure that everything runs smoothly.
An Owner-Builder Permit allows people who have the skill, or capacity, to build their own house or supervise construction. Find out everything you need to know about obtaining a permit and becoming an owner-builder.
Pools and spas
Get useful information about the requirements of owning a pool in NSW, including pool registration and inspections, pool safety, and barrier design requirements.