The Council provides information about properties in Christchurch in a variety of formats for you to view and purchase. This includes rating, consent and planning information, building and drainage plans, licensing details and more.
If you are planning to buy, sell, or develop a property, you can request a LIM to find out what relevant data the Council holds for that property.
You can ask for a copy of a property file if you are considering buying a property, applying for building consent or resource consent, or for insurance claim purposes.
The Council can provide details about the owner or ratepayer for a property. A Land title can also be requested from Land Information New Zealand.
Visit settled.govt.nz, provided by the Real Estate Authority (REA). REA is the independent government agency that regulates the NZ real estate industry.
Learn how to make your building or renovation more eco-friendly. Book a free two-hour consultation with a specialist Eco Design Advisor.
A PIM is a report issued by the Council that contains information known to the Council about your property that may be relevant to your proposed building works.
Our pre-application advice services offer the opportunity for you to discuss your proposed project with Council staff before applying for a building consent or resource consent.
Request a drainage plan from the Council. A drainage plan shows the pipelines and waterways on, or flowing from, a property.
You can request printed or electronic aerial photographs for a large number of Christchurch and Banks Peninsula properties.
You can subscribe to a monthly list of all building consents issued.
Notifications are held on LIMs for properties subject to a claim lodged under the Weathertight Homes Resolution Services (WHRS) Act(s).
Information about fees and charges for regulatory and property information.
To live sustainably is to think about the choices we make now, act responsibly and with the earth and future generations in mind.
The Council is responsible for allocating street and road numbers to properties within the district.
Renew your building warrant of fitness and find out more about the required fees, inspections, compliance schedules and specified systems.