Only contractors with a Vehicle Crossing Permit number can submit this notification.
If you don't have a permit, you can apply for a Vehicle Crossing Permit online.
Step 1. Submit a pre-works notification online
Submit the notification between 10 and 20 business days before works begin.
On 23 August 2021, Council made a resolution to adopt the Protection of Council Assets and Control of Building Sites Local Law 2021. Please take the time to read the Local Law, to ensure that you are familiar with your obligations and how it impacts your works.
Prepare and submit pre-works documents
Make sure you have on hand your:
- Vehicle Crossing Permit number
- traffic/pedestrian management plan
- Certificate of Currency showing a minimum $10 million of public liability insurance.
Depending on the permit conditions, you may also need a:
- notification letter to residents whose access may be affected
- VicRoads Memorandum of Authorisation
- approval from any relevant public authority regarding their assets.
Step 2. Pre-pour inspection
Organise a pre-pour inspection 2 business days before works begin. Call 9278 4505 to arrange a time.
We will inspect the preparation and discuss with you how to complete the crossing to the correct standard.
Step 3. Final inspection
We will conduct a final inspection usually 1 to 2 weeks after the pre-pour inspection. If there are issues we will contact the permit holder to discuss how they can be corrected.