The Infrastructure Development Code (IDC) is a 'living' document. This means that it must be able to grow or adapt to changes in technology, method, process and legislative requirements where appropriate.
It is intended that the IDC provides consistency, promotes success and collaboration for the infrastructure development industry e.g. developers, designers, suppliers, contractors, the Council and its community.
IDC project update
Feedback closed on 31 October 2019.
Proposed changes to IDC Secondary Stormwater System requirements (60kb pdf)
Proposed changes to IDC Pavement Design, Construction and Testing (305kb pdf)
Update to Standard Drawings T216 and T316 - Bollards (252kb pdf)
Every nine years, Tauranga City Council undertakes a comprehensive review of our Infrastructure Development Code (IDC). We invited industry participants to take part in this survey that is now open until 31 August 2019.
Thank you to everyone who completed the survey. We appreciate your input and comments. Please find below a summary of the survey results as well as a summary of the recommendation and our initial assessment of what we will do with these.
Please contact us if you have any queries or require any further information.
Comprehensive Review Survey - summary data (146kb pdf)
Comprehensive Review Survey – responses to individual improvement comments (22kb pdf)
Last Reviewed: 27/09/2019