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Organisation : Horowhenua District Council
Facility Name : Apply For A Certificate For Public Use
Country : New Zealand
Website : https://www.horowhenua.govt.nz/Services/Building/Building-Consents-Information/Apply-for-a-Certificate-for-Public-Use

Apply for a Certificate for Public Use

1. A Certificate for Public Use is used to certify that premises or parts of premises affected by building work are safe to be occupied by members of the public prior to building work being signed off as being complete (ie until a Code Compliance Certificate is issued).
2. It is an offence to allow members of the public to occupy or use a building (or part of a building) that is affected by building work without either Compliance Certificate (CCC) or Certificate of Public Use (CPU).
3. Certificates for Public Use are not required for private homes or other buildings the public does not have access to.

How To Apply for a Certificate for Public Use?

To Apply for a Certificate for Public Use are given below,

1. Apply Online
Step 1: Register on the Simpli portal
You will need a valid email address and a password to register to use the portal. Please visit www.simpli.govt.nz to register.
Once you have registered, you can apply for a Certificate for Public Use on www.simpli.govt.nz/apply-online, even if your original building consent wasn’t applied for through this portal.

Step 2: Ensure your application form is correct and complete
The application form has a number of parts and it is important that all sections are completed. You will also be required to upload the documentation relevant to your project. Applications will not be accepted if any of the information is missing.

2. Apply Mail
Step 1: Download the application form
Visit the Simpli website to download Form 15 – Certificate for Public Use.

Step 2: Ensure your application form is correct and complete
The application form has a number of parts and it is important that all sections are completed. You will also be required to add the documentation relevant to your project. Applications will not be accepted if any of the information is missing.

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Step 3: Submit your application
All parts of Form 15 (Certificate for Public Use) are to be completed and submitted along with one (1) copy of all required supporting documents.
Application forms and supporting documentation should be posted to Horowhenua District Council, Private Bag 4002, Levin 5540.

3. Apply in Person
Step 1; Download the application form
Visit the Simpli website to download Form 15 – Certificate for Public Use.

Step 2: Ensure your application form is correct and complete
The application form has a number of parts and it is important that all sections are completed. You will also be required to add the documentation relevant to your project. Applications will not be accepted if any of the information is missing.

Step 3: Submit your application
All parts of Form 15 (Certificate for Public Use) are to be completed and submitted along with one (1) copy of all required supporting documents.

Application For Certificate For Public Use (Form 15)

A Certificate for Public Use allows premises affected by building work to be used by the public.

Application Form : https://www.statusin.org/uploads/pdf2022/63752-note.pdf

Completing The Application Forms

If You’Re Not Using The Portal

1. The forms can be completed electronically using the writeable pdf or printed to complete by hand.


2. If completing electronically using the writeable pdf:•fill out the form, including signatures and save the application to your computer.

If printing to completeby hand:
•please use black ink throughout and write clearly in BLOCK CAPITALS only.
•to correct a mistake on the form put a line through it and write the correction clearly to the right.
If there is no space on the right, write the correction as close as possible.

Once you have completed your application form you may:
•post your application form and supporting documents to the Council;
•deliver your application form and supporting documents to the Council
•some Councils may allow your application and supporting documentation to be emailed or uploaded to their system-please checkwith your local Council’s Building Consent team.

Note: there may be restrictions on sizes of document and the types that can be sent

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