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When building a dual occupancy or adding a granny flat or secondary dwelling where no subdivision is proposed, the following metered service connections are available:
When a torrens title subdivision is proposed, a separate standard 20mm meter to each dwelling/unit within the property boundary will be required. Strata, community and neighbourhood title subdivisions need individual meters, but these meters can be configured on a manifold.
The type of metered service connection is usually stated on your water development notice. If you do not have a water development notice, please contact us on (02) 4429 3214.
When you apply for a dual occupancy or granny flat meter connection, you will be asked to provide:
A service location plan is a simple diagram that provides us the information we require to install your meter in the position you want.
Your nominated location must:
Please note: If your preferred location requires the installation of a conduit, additional costs will be incurred. We will contact you to discuss costs and possible alternative service location options.
Provide your water development notice number (e.g. DA23/1234) and upload your service location plan when prompted.
The link below will take you to Council's online request management platform.
On receipt of application, we will:
On receipt of payment, we will schedule the installation of the meter/s at the property boundary as indicated on the service location plan you provided. You must ensure the site has a two (2) metre square clearance where the installation is to occur.
Please allow up to 20 business days for the installation to occur.
Call us on (02) 4429 3214 or visit your closest administration centre
Nowra Administration Centre
Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm
36 Bridge Road, Nowra NSW 2541
Ulladulla Branch Office
Opening hours: Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
14 Deering Street, Ulladulla NSW 2539
Once the meter/s have been installed:
Should a meter be damaged or interfered with, charges may be issued to the property owner.