After reserving an unregistered block of land the following process takes place:
- Construction of the lots, including roads and services such as sewer, power and
water, is completed.
- After the completion of the physical works on site the process of connecting the
services takes place in conjunction with the utility authorities. Once this is completed,
services are available for connection to your block of land.
- Council approves the works and the final plan of subdivision.
- The subdivision plan is lodged by Landcom for registration with the NSW Land & Property
- LPI checks the submitted subdivision plan and 'registers' it - this process usually
takes between three to four weeks.
- Following registration of the plan, Landcom Legal will notify your solicitor/conveyancer,
usually within one week. Arrangements can then be made for settlement in accordance
with the terms in the Contract for Sale of Land, usually within two to three weeks.
The above list does not necessarily occur in sequence. Please note that several of
the above activities can occur at the same time.
At the time of reservation you will have received an estimated date for plan registration.
It is important to remember that this date is an estimate only and may vary dependent
on, amongst other things:
- Wet weather and other construction related issues
- The commissioning processes and requirements of the utilities authorities
- Requisitions for amendments to the submitted plans by LPI
To receive the most up to date information on registration of your block of
land, please enter your lot details below. This information will be updated on a
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