Land development information
Land Development Manual
The Land Development Manual outlines Yarra Valley Water’s policies when developing, redeveloping or subdividing land within Yarra Valley Water’s area. It details the servicing requirements, design, construction, quality assurance and audit policy for Land Development activities.
Build Over Easement Guidelines
These guidelines provide an outline of the requirements when building within an easement, or within 1m of a Yarra Valley Water asset. This should be considered prior to commencing any works.
There have been recent changes to guidelines for small sheds, rainwater tanks and retaining walls.
The pricing handbook provides a complete list of Yarra Valley Water’s standard products, services and prices.
Negotiating Framework for Developers
The Negotiating Framework sets out procedural and information requirements relevant to services to which developer charges (New Customer Contributions - NCCs) apply.
Responsibility for Service Provision
Yarra Valley Water
Yarra Valley Water is responsible for providing shared infrastructure assets (such as headworks, treatment plants, pumping stations, trunk mains and sewers) with sufficient capacity in accordance with a predetermined development plan.
Developers are responsible for:
- Providing reticulation assets and the cost of connecting those assets to Yarra Valley Water’s infrastructure
- Paying the costs and building the sewerage network to ensure a new multi lot development is removed from a combined sewerage drain.
- Paying the costs associated with bringing forward the provision of shared infrastructure assets, if they are required ahead of Yarra Valley Water’s asset development sequence
Yarra Valley Water metering standards and drawings
These are used as a reference for meeting any requirements and adhering to standards associated with metering and services.
PROPERTIES DECLARED AS SERVICED PROPERTIES
Water and sewerage infrastructure is now in place to provide water and sewerage services to the following properties.
A copy of the declaration in accordance with section 144 of the Water Act 1989, was published in the Victorian Government Gazette.
PROPERTIES INTENDED TO RECEIVE SEWER SERVICES IN THE FUTURE
We propose building water and sewerage infrastructure in the following areas to provide water and sewerage services to the following properties.
We propose building sewerage infrastructure so the following properties can connect to the sewerage system. While we’re unable to provide a date when sewerage services will become available, you can monitor the progress of our works here. Once works have been completed, these properties will be declared to be serviced properties.
PROPERTIES DECLARED AND NOW RECEIVE SEWERAGE SERVICES
We have built sewerage infrastructure so the following properties can connect to the sewerage system.