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Sewer Services

The Development Servicing Plan (DSP) covers sewerage developer charges (DC) for the Gunnedah Shire Council. This relates to assets such as treatment facilities, transfer and collection systems.

The DSP aims to:

  • Allow Council to require an equitable monetary contribution for the provision of sewerage infrastructure to meet the loading generated by development.
  • Facilitate the future provision of sewerage services to the Gunnedah Shire Council area which meets the required levels of service with regard to pump station capacity, collector main capacity and treated effluent quality.
  • Set out the schedule and programme of proposed works to meet increasing sewerage loads generated by development.
  • Detail the contribution charges and Gunnedah Shire Council's payment policies.

To enable this, a future demand estimate of sewerage load for the Council has been undertaken. The demand estimate is the basis used for determining the infrastructure required to meet the need generated by future development. Developer contributions are applicable for existing and proposed works which serve future development. Section 3 details the existing works and proposed works schedule for sewerage infrastructure to meet the expected loading.

Servicing Plan:

View or download the Servicing Plan below:

Best Practice Management Documents:

To view or download the pollution monitoring data, please click the link below:

Water Services

Water Services

Gunnedah Shire Council is a proud supporter of Smart Water Advice. In collaboration with Smart Approved WaterMark, we are providing a range of tips and resources to help you...

Water Management Act, 2000

View or download the Form – Application for Certificate of Compliance – Water Management Act, 2000 below. {rsfiles path="GunnedahShireCouncil/COUNCIL/BETTER-INFRAS...

Sewer Services

The Development Servicing Plan (DSP) covers sewerage developer charges (DC) for the Gunnedah Shire Council. This relates to assets such as treatment facilities, transfer and c...

Better Infrastructure

Sewer Services

The Development Servicing Plan (DSP) covers sewerage developer charges (DC) for the Gunnedah Shire Council. This relates to assets such as treatment facilities, transfer and collection systems.

The DSP aims to:

  • Allow Council to require an equitable monetary contribution for the provision of sewerage infrastructure to meet the loading generated by development.
  • Facilitate the future provision of sewerage services to the Gunnedah Shire Council area which meets the required levels of service with regard to pump station capacity, collector main capacity and treated effluent quality.
  • Set out the schedule and programme of proposed works to meet increasing sewerage loads generated by development.
  • Detail the contribution charges and Gunnedah Shire Council's payment policies.

To enable this, a future demand estimate of sewerage load for the Council has been undertaken. The demand estimate is the basis used for determining the infrastructure required to meet the need generated by future development. Developer contributions are applicable for existing and proposed works which serve future development. Section 3 details the existing works and proposed works schedule for sewerage infrastructure to meet the expected loading.

Servicing Plan:

View or download the Servicing Plan below:

Best Practice Management Documents:

To view or download the pollution monitoring data, please click the link below:

Water Services

Water Services

Gunnedah Shire Council is a proud supporter of Smart Water Advice. In collaboration with Smart Approved WaterMark, we are providing a range of tips and resources to help you...

Water Management Act, 2000

View or download the Form – Application for Certificate of Compliance – Water Management Act, 2000 below. {rsfiles path="GunnedahShireCouncil/COUNCIL/BETTER-INFRAS...

Sewer Services

The Development Servicing Plan (DSP) covers sewerage developer charges (DC) for the Gunnedah Shire Council. This relates to assets such as treatment facilities, transfer and c...