Infrastructure Development Code
The Infrastructure Development Code (IDC) is the document that outlines Tauranga City Council’s required standards for how infrastructure and land should be developed.
Where the City Plan describes what kind of structure or development is able to occur in any given area, the IDC describes the standards to which that structure or development should be constructed. It covers things like the steepest gradient you are allowed to build on and the sort of materials and methods to use when installing stormwater pipes.
The IDC replaced the 2006 Code of Practice on 1 July 2011.
The latest update to the IDC was completed on 1 July 2014. Please refer to the Table of Amendments to the IDC for information on the changes of significance for IDC updates.
Select the Online IDC button above or the image to the right to browse the online document. A printable pdf version is also available.
View the IDC presentation (11kb pdf)
View the Table of Amendments to the IDC.
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To receive an email regarding updates to the IDC please fill in your contact details for the IDC Register.
For any queries about the IDC please contact:
Tauranga City Council.
Phone: 07 577 7000
Last Reviewed: 16/03/2017