By Jan Dowling January 15th, 2013. Comments Off on Dowling Homes 9 – Final Approval

Hi everyone, Kym Dowling here from Dowling Homes and welcome to info video number 8. I hope you’ve enjoyed the series so far.

Our last video spoke about certification or building approval for your project and once all the documentation has been looked through with the certifier, it then gets forwarded off to the Council’s here where they will give the documents the once-over and then gets final stamping. And that process takes about five days and what happens at the end of that is that you’re then granted development approval and the good news is you can start building from that time on.

So that’s the development approval and final stage of the preliminary process. I hope you’ve enjoyed these videos, we’ll just do one more info video that will recap the various stages of the preliminary process and we’ll do that shortly.

I’m Kym Dowling from Dowling Homes. Bye for now.


Hi everyone, Kym Dowling here, this is the last of our info videos and I hope you’ve enjoyed the trail of videos that describe the whole preliminary phase of a building project.

And just to recap on the previous videos, if you’d like to get back onto our YouTube site which you can access through our website or perhaps go straight to the Dowling Homes 1 video channel on YouTube and that has the whole series of nine videos.

The first one was the initial enquiry; the second, site visit and budget estimate; the next was the planning agreement and what’s involved in signing that off; the next one was design process; then fixed price quotation; signing a building contract; what’s involved in getting your contract documents organised; the next one was to have your job certified for building approval and the final one was the council stamping to give you development approval.

So we’ve enjoyed certainly doing these videos and I hope you’ve got some helpful information out of it. And if you’d like to visit us on our website to make an enquiry, please do so, it’s:

I’m Kym Dowling. Bye for now.