At Civix, we're passionate about helping you complete your development as efficiently as possible. Our team of experts is here to help you obtain all necessary approvals required to meet your objectives, and two of the most important approvals are s223 and s224c.
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Civix's surveyors gather and interpret a range of evidence in order to establish the location of existing boundaries and propose new boundaries within them in order to carry out the subdivision. Once these positions have been marked out in the field, the surveyors will prepare survey plans depicting the post-subdivision layout (alongside several other supporting documents required).
A draft copy of these plans are included when s223 applications are made to the relevant Territorial Authority (e.g. Auckland Council). They then have 10 working days review the application; if satisfied, they will then issue a s223 certificate confirming their approval of the survey plans. This is one of the approvals required to obtain a s224c certificate.
s224c is an intrinsic part of the subdivision process under the Resource Management Act. When Council grants Subdivision Consent, they will typically impose conditions that need to be met for works to proceed and for new titles to eventually be issued.
The team at Civix can help you understand these conditions and ensure that each one is met whilst assisting with obtaining other approvals required to support the s224c application. We can then submit a formal application to Council detailing how all the conditions have been addressed and requesting that they provide a s224 certificate.
The s224c certificate confirms that Council has approved the survey plan and is happy that all the relevant conditions of consent have been met (or have been appropriately addressed by other mechanisms). Your solicitor can then typically apply for new titles!
We are excited to see the AGE School located on the corner of Lake and Sanders in Takapuna being recognised for an award after Civix were involved in getting the school established. Another great design from CASA.
Green Gorilla Ltd (GRP Ltd) had taken over the site at 1153A Rotowaro Road, Glen Afton in 2021 for use as a cleanfill and construction and demolition ( C&D) waste fill facility, and has since vastly improved the use of the site and its associated effects on the environment. They intend to continue to improve the operations on the site while also expanding the operation to provide for the deposition of cleanfill and C&D, being an increasingly valuable and required service for the constantly expanding construction sector.
The current consent for construction and demolition and cleanfill had expired. Civix Planners are now working through Resource Consent to expand and optimise their operations.
Another high-quality construction project delivered by the team at A&A Fotheringham Builders Limited alongside Civix Limited. Civix has been involved since inception, delivering resource consent, engineering approval, site supervision and finally title creation.
CIVIX obtained a non-notified resource consent for a new 7-unit development on Mount Eden Road in Three Kings. Supporting Engineering Plan Approval and associated engineering approvals followed.
In quick time - Civix planners, engineers and surveyors obtained non-notified resource consent for a new greenfield residential subdivision to establish 133 terrace houses in the fast growing Flatbush community.
Another successful project! Civix recently obtained resource consent approval for thirty-four dwellings, across three adjacent sites within the Mixed House Zone. The development is split into six blocks and includes associated access and parking.
Civix is pleased to have obtained resource consent for 15 new terraced dwellings impressively designed by Chris Tate Architecture in the heart of Remuera.
Kauri Timber Building Digital marketing - Civix recently gained consent to convert the static sign to a digital billboard on the historic Kauri Timber Building. The billboard will incorporate heritage imagery and public announcements along with third party advertising.
Civix obtained resource consent approval for 59 dwellings consisting of a mix of 1-3 bedroom units across five adjacent sites in Te Atatu Peninsula. This comprehensive development is split into 13 blocks and includes associated access and parking located through the middle of the site.
For private land developments, Civix Town Planners, Chartered Engineers and Licensed Cadastral Surveyors have got you covered from the initial site visit through to council sign off.Contact Us