Land Development Policies and Pricing Manual
The Land development policies and pricing manual contains information about South East Water’s policies, fees and charges applicable for water, recycled water and sewerage services for land development projects. The manual should be read in conjunction with the Development Agreement documentation.
Apply for and compile agreements
You are required to apply for South East Water’s approval (contractual agreement) for any land development, detailing all conditions for the provision of water supply, sewerage and/or recycled water. Applications are required for the following:
Notice of agreement (non-works)
A Notice of Agreement application requires contribution fees to a subdivision, development and/or individual property and may include the conditions for the minor construction (subject to South East Water's approval) of water supply, sewerage and/or recycled water asset(s). You can lodge your non-works request online through Property Connect.
Development Agreement (works)
A Development Agreement is a contractual agreement which details the roles and responsibilities of all parties involved in the construction of South East Water's sewerage, water supply and recycled water assets. The developer is required to enter into a contractual agreement with South East Water.
Application for the conditions to construct water supply, sewerage and/or recycled water asset(s) to a subdivision, development and/or individual property and may include contribution fees. You can lodge your works request online through Property Connect.
Verification Forms Make sure you access our verification forms, as they are to be used in conjunction with the development agreement documentation. Accredited consultants and contractors
Accredited consultants and contractors
To undertake engineering and audit services for the land development industry.
To undertake construction work for the land development industry.
Apply for accreditation
Contractors and consultants who wish to apply for South East Water accreditation will need to complete the relevant accreditation deed: