A Land Development Agreement is a contract between us and a property developer to construct water, wastewater, and recycled water infrastructure. You need a Land Development Agreement when you create a new public road as part of a development. If you just need to extend mains, then a Land Development Agreement is optional.
We will help to determine the water, wastewater, and recycled water infrastructure needed to support new residential, commercial, or industrial allotments. As the developer creating those allotments, you will pay the costs of constructing this infrastructure.
When you sign a Land Development Agreement with us, you must engage an accredited consulting engineer to prepare detailed infrastructure designs and an accredited civil contractor to construct the infrastructure.
The Land Development Agreement has 6 documents that include:
The DAFI is the only document we issue. All Annexure documents are to be read in conjunction with the DAFI and are linked above.
Schedule 1 of the DAFI is required to be completed and signed by the Developer before we issue a tax invoice.
A commencement date is required. If works have not commenced by this date, we may review the operation of the Land Development Agreement.
Every construction project must have a Superintendent appointed as the primary point of contact. Roles, responsibilities and duties of the Superintendent are detailed in Annexure D - Role of Superintendent.
Land Development Agreements signed before July 2017 will not be affected however we may transition dormant Land Development Agreements to the new format if it is beneficial to both parties.
You or your representative (typically your surveyor) must lodge your proposed plan of division with the Development Assessment Commission (DAC). The DAC will process your application and forward it to us for comment.
When we have established your requirements we will advise DAC and forward these requirements to you or your representative in the form of a letter.
To start the process, you need to give us:
For more information please download and read our guidelines
Drinking Water and Recycled Water – Administration, Design and Documentation
|Level 1 Consultant*||$1,768 + $2.84 per meter|
|Level 2 Consultant*||$2,576 + $2.84 per meter|
|Contract Examination and Inspections Fee*||$567 + $3.49 per meter|
|Administration Fee for Link-up||$184.00|
Sewerage – Administration, Design and Documentation
|Level 1 Consultant*||$2,904 + $2.84 per meter|
|Level 2 Consultant*||$4,275 + $2.84 per meter|
|Contract Examination and Inspections Fee*||$509 + $4.65 per meter|
|Administration Fee for Link-up||$73.50|
SA Water customers in Goolwa and surrounding areas, including Goolwa Beach, Goolwa South, Goolwa North and Hindmarsh Island may currently be experiencing discoloured or milky water coming out of their taps.
This water remains safe to drink.
During recent planned maintenance in the area, some existing sediment in the local water supply network has been stirred up, resulting in the discoloured water.
We are working hard to resolve the issue, and we are flushing out the discoloured water. Given the size of the water network in the area, this may take some time. At this stage, we are hoping water supply will return to normal by Friday afternoon.
We will continue to monitor the situation, and provide updates on our website and Facebook page.
For further information or any questions, please contact us on 1300 SA WATER.