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 Application TypesInstructions
Urgent application - Road Opening PermitApply for an Urgent Road Opening Permit (Contractor)
Road Opening Permit - ContractorsApply for a Road Opening Permit (Contractor)
Utilities NotificationLodge a Utility Notification (Only for Telecommunications, Sydney Water, Ausgrid and JEMENA organisation)
Apply for a Temporary Road Closure or a Construction Zone Permit.
 Application TypesInstructions
Temporary Road ClosureApplication for a Temporary Road Closure

Under Section 138 The Roads Act 1993, this application must be used when applying to swing or hoist goods across or over any part of a public road by means of a lift, hoist or tackle projecting over the footway. Types of mobile hoisting equipment include:

  • Mobile cranes including crane trucks and Hiabs
  • Concrete boom pumps
  • Scissor lifts and boom lifts
  • Cherry pickers and elevated work platforms (EWP)

  •  Note:
    1. This is an application only. You are not permitted to start work until written permission is given by Waverley Council.
    2. If the proposed works affect bus routes or bus stops you must consult with the local bus operator Transdev John Holland Buses to confirm proposed days and times can be accommodated.  The current contact is Bushara.Gidies@transdevjohnholland.com.au  Speak with Council if you are having difficulties making contact.
    Construction ZoneApplication for Construction / Work Zone

    Under Section 138 The Roads Act 1993 

    1. This is an application only and you are not to use the zone until written permission is given by Waverley Council. 
    2. Special purpose vehicles and equipment such as mobile cranes/concrete boom pumps/line pumps/scissor lifts/cherry pickers will require a separate application. 
    3. Construction zones are referred to the Waverley Traffic Committee (WTC) for consideration and then to Council for approval.  Meetings of the WTC are held on the fourth Thursday of the month.  Applications must be received at least three weeks prior to the meeting. 
    4. The WTC cannot approve a construction zone. Instead it makes a recommendation to the next full Council meeting for consideration.

      Council approval is required before installation. The applicant should allow a minimum of six (6) weeks for the approval.

     Application TypesInstructions
    Heritage Exemption CertificateThis is a Certificate which has been designed to help renovators, builders and developers do minor work on sites within heritage areas or with heritage items.