A Land Information Memorandum (LIM) contains information drawn from Council records relating to a specific property.
What is included in a LIM?
- Any special features or natural hazards of the land. This includes potential erosion, falling debris, subsidence, slippage, inundation, or the likely presence of hazardous substances that are known to the Dunedin City Council and are not apparent from the District Plan.
- Information on private and public stormwater and sewerage drains.
- Valuation and rating information including any rates owing.
- Any consents, certificates, notices, orders, or requisitions affecting the land or buildings.
- Any other classifications of land or buildings that have been notified to the DCC by any other territorial authority.
- Information relating to the use to which that land may be put and conditions attached to that use.
- Information which, in terms of any other Act, has been notified to the territorial authority by any statutory organisation having the power to classify land or buildings for any purpose.
- Any information that has been notified to the DCC by any network utility operator in connection with the Building Act 1991.
- Any other information that the DCC deems to be relevant.
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