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Search for property information and find out about rates, building and resource consents, and earthquake-strengthening.
Find information about Wellington City properties including LIMs, property search and what to do about graffiti.
Find your property's valuation and rates and learn about payment options, instalment details and rates remissions.
If you're planning to do building work in Wellington City, you may need to apply for resource and building consents first.
What to do if your building is earthquake-prone or potentially earthquake-prone, and information about earthquake resilience in the home.
You need an encroachment licence to build a structure on, over or under the strip of land between your property's front boundary and the road or footpath.
From time to time, the Council sells land and property it is no longer using.
Kiwi Point Quarry produces and sells aggregate and other products for construction and landscaping.
You need to pay a development contribution to the Council if you are subdividing land, building new residential accommodation or a commercial, retail or industrial space.
Road stopping is the process of changing legal road land into fee simple land so it can be sold to the adjoining owner.
You must have a barrier around a swimming pool on your property. Spa pools can use lockable lids as long as they meet the requirements.
Find out what permissions you might need and process you'll go through for common projects.