Framing inspection (IFG)
A detailed inspection of the timber structure of the building before the roof cladding and building wraps are installed.
This includes reclad strip-off and reclad remedial inspections.
Plumbing inspection - underslab (IPP)
An inspection of any plumbing works in any part of the building including the floor slab.
As-built plans are required and pipes must connected and working in a normal manner.
Plumbing pre-line inspection (IPP)
An inspection of any plumbing works within the building prior to be lined.
Pipes must be connected and working in a normal manner.
Post-line building inspection (IPL)
An inspection of the building linings required to provide the building work with structural bracing or wet wall lining. Also includes inspections of any fire-rated product installed to comply with the building consent and the building code.
Pre-line building inspection (IPB)
An inspection of the building work before the installation of any internal linings.
Reclad pre-construction meeting (IRM)
Meeting called on-site to discuss reclad strategy and inspection regime before work commences.
Residential final inspection (IF1)
A final inspection to confirm the building work covered by the approved building consent has been completed and complies with that consent and the building code.
This includes solid fuel appliance inspections (for example, a fireplace).
Site meeting inspection
The minuted record of any on-site discussion on any aspect of the building consent or the building code.
Swimming pool fencing inspection (SWP)
The pool fencing officer checks heights and gaps of pool fences and gates latches to self-closing gates and doors, etc.
This inspection also checks that the location of the fencing as per the consent plan has not changed.
Waterproofing membrane inspection (internal and external) (ITK)
An inspection of:
- below-ground walls requiring waterproofing
- a roof, deck or internal wet area membrane.
What to do if you have a question
There may be other types of inspections required for your consent that are not listed here.
If you need more information, phone us between 8am and 5pm and ask to speak to our building helpdesk.
Call Auckland Council on09 353 9120
Have your building consent number (BCO) ready.