Water supply is temporarily offline in One Tree Point. Our team is aware of the fault and currently doing the repair - estimated to be finished by 2:00pm (Friday 21 January 2022). When water comes back, you may need to "flush" your pipes for a minute or so to let air or sediment out of the system. Just run the tap and it should come back to normal.
The maintenance of vehicle crossings (driveways) from the road edge to the property boundary is the responsibility of the property owner.
All new vehicle crossings need a permit to ensure it is designed and built to the right standard.
By doing this, we're making sure that new driveways and road access points are, safe and don't disrupt roadside drainage and nearby properties.
Download the application form, print and complete it by hand.
Vehicle crossing permit(PDF, 4MB)
Note: If your vehicle crossing is part of the subdivision consent then the applicant / agent must include plans and drawings.
You can submit your completed application form and supporting documents by emailing us.
During construction arrange inspections with a Council Development Engineer.
You can post your completed application form and supporting documents to:
Whangarei District Council
Private Bag 9023
During construction, arrange inspections with a Council Development Engineer.
You can drop your completed application form and supporting documents to one of our Customer Service Centres:
Forum North7 Rust Avenue, Whangārei
Ruakākā Service Centre
9 Takutai Place, Ruakākā
If you plan to work on or excavate a road, you'll need an approved Work Access Permit and Traffic Management Plan before work can begin.
For advice about what is required and find out about traffic management.
Work Access Permit
If you'd like to do any landscaping work on a roadside verge (including planting trees on verges), you'll need to have a special permit.
Find out more about the consent process for planting gardens and trees on roadside verges in the document below.
Cultivation within a public road verge(PDF, 66KB)
Most farm bridges and culverts will need a resource consent.
If you are planning to construct a bridge or culvert on your farm, our guidelines about the consenting requirements will help you.
Consenting requirements for farm bridges and culverts
Council has four permitted areas where temporary signs for community events such as school galas, concerts, public meetings and the likes may be displayed.
Apply for temporary signs
You will need a permit to erect a temporary electric fence on a roadside verge.
The conditions for installing a temporary electric fence are explained in the document below.
Rules for temporary fences(PDF, 19KB)
Use our online form to make a vehicle crossing enquiry.
Phone: 09 430 4200
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