A final inspection is required for every building consent. All work must be completed to the extent required by the consent.
A final inspection with a “Pass Result” signifies that all building work is complete. We recommend that you apply for a CCC after you have had your final inspection pass.
If your final inspection has Failed we will send you an Inspection Summary advising the reasons why it failed and what needs to be done to address the issues. Details on how to respond to this Summary will be advised at the time you receive this notification.
Once we have received any information related to the failed items, these will either be reviewed as part of a physical re-inspection or desktop review (if we are just awaiting documentation).
If all items are addressed and approved – the Final Inspection will achieve a Pass Result and you can apply for your CCC. If the issues are not resolved and the 2-year expiry date has been reached without works being complete or an application for CCC applied for, then CCC may be refused.
By ensuring you have had a final inspection with a Pass result, we can minimise delays within the CCC application process.