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Change the use of your property from residential to commercial
What you need to do to change the use of your property
To change the use of your property from residential to commercial, you need to:
- speak to a planner to find out if you can do this
- apply for a resource consent.
If your application is successful
- We will give you written confirmation that you have complied with the requirements of the Building Act.
- We will update the information we hold for your property in our Rating Information Database (RID).
How to request a change in the use of your property in the RID
If we have approved a change in the use of property, but have not updated the RID to reflect the change, you will need to
object to the RID.
Once we receive your RID objection, detailing the information you believe is incorrect, we will check the information we currently hold for your property and update it as necessary.
We will let you know the outcome in writing.
A RID objection can take up to
12 weeks to process.
|Change your address or property details||https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/property-rates-valuations/change-your-address-or-property-details||Change your address or property details||Let us know if you've changed your contact details or mailing address, or if your property has changed hands. ||aspx||Rates|
|Change your property information - object to the Rating Information Database (RID)||https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/property-rates-valuations/change-your-address-or-property-details/Pages/change-property-information-object-rid.aspx||Change your property information - object to the Rating Information Database (RID)||Find out how to request a change to the information we hold for your property.||aspx||Rates|
|Apply for a resource consent||https://www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz/building-and-consents/resource-consents/Pages/Apply-for-a-resource-consent.aspx||Apply for a resource consent||Find out how to apply for a resource consent.||aspx||Resource consents|