What will be in a LIM?
The following information will be included in a LIM:
- Private and public drains and easements known to the Council, if relevant.
- Government valuation of the property and rates struck for current year (note: this will also include water rates, where applicable).
- Any special features of the land including potential erosion, falling debris, sinking, slipping, silting or build-up of land, flooding, or likely hazardous pollutants known to the Council.
- Council consents, certificates, notices, orders and requisitions affecting the land and any buildings on that land.
- The site and floor plan of any buildings, and code compliance certificates (CCC) for building consents on the property file. Any additional building consent information on the property file can be viewed on request at the Council. A digital copy of an entire property file supplied on CD or in PDF format via secure email portal is available on request, charged on a per page basis.
- Any information that has been submitted to the Council by other statutory organisations or network utility operators relating to the site or general locality.
- Any other information that the Council deems relevant.
How do you request a LIM?
The easiest and quickest way to apply and pay for your LIM is ONLINE through our online services portal.
How much does it cost?
What information do I need to provide on the LIM application?
How long will a LIM take to process?
How will I receive my requested LIM?
Is a LIM covered by Legislation?
If you aren't able to apply online you can download a Land Information Memorandum Application form
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