Submitting Plumbing eNotices
Submitting a notice through eNotice is a very efficient and intuitive alternative to paper notices.
There are 4 types of notices:
- Notice of Intention (NOI)
- Notify Drainage Work Completed
- Certificate of Compliance (COC)
- Emergency NOI/COC
Please note: As of 1 October 2019 paper notices are no longer avaiable for purchase. Click here for details.
The system automatically fills fields based on licensing details, meaning you do not have to enter this information each time.
After logging into eNotice, you can lodge a new notice, save or complete a draft notice, lodge a new notice from an existing notice and view previously lodged notices.
The system will guide you through the form based on the information you enter. If you miss a required field the system will prompt you to complete it.
On lodgement of the form a copy will be emailed to you, and the customer if their email address is supplied. If the Customer’s email address is not supplied, it is your responsibility to provide a copy of the notice to the customer.
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Notifying drainage work completed
Once the Notice of Intention has been lodged, regulation 70 requires notification of when drainage plumbing work has been completed, tested and is ready for inspection.
The Certificate of Compliance cannot be lodged until notification has been done.
The drainage diagrams must be uploaded either when the drainage work has been completed or when the Certificate of Compliance is lodged.
Payment of fees
If a notice being lodged has associated fees they must be paid before the notice is accepted.
Fees can be paid by Mastercard or Visa credit card or debit card.
Card details can be securely saved so that they do not have to be repetitively entered.
Lodged notices are placed in a shopping cart for payment. Payment can be done for one or more notices that are in the shopping cart.