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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, this is part of your Council Development Conditions. You will need this document for plan sealing purposes and/or an electrical connection.
You will need to provide us your Council Development conditions and the approved plans.
One of the following will apply:
- 1If the power is available from the existing infrastructure without any works required allow 10-12 working days.
- 2If electrical works are required and no Energex bond is paid, then the Certificate is available about 4 weeks after the construction has been completed. This is usually 3 months from start of project.
- 3If electrical works are required and no Energex bond is paid, then the Certificate is available about 4 weeks after the construction has been completed. This is usually 3 months from start of project.
Power cannot be connected to a vacant lot. When power is needed by new owner/ builder an application needs to be made to Energex.
A wooden or steel pole that supports an overhead service cable. A property pole is installed inside private property and must be maintained by the land owner.
This will depend on your council conditions.
No. However, we can provide you with the names of companies that install property poles.
A service conduit is a plastic pipe used to protect electrical and NBN service cables. These service conduits are generally installed by your civil contractor or electrician. The service conduits are installed in private property.
Power supplied underground through conduit and cables to your property.
It depends on the size of the project. All approvals (Councils, NBN and Energex) are required before installation can begin. However, for small to medium developments the expected timeframe can be up to 12 weeks from design through to final construction.
Generally, an accredited Energex contractor builds the Energex network. This depends on the type of development and occasionally Energex will build the network.
NO. Only Energex accredited contractors or Energex can build the Energex network.
This will depend on the Council Development Conditions and the Energex requirements.
To have power disconnected due to a house being removed, moved, or demolished the Developer must contact Energex and request an abolishment of connection.
To have NBN or Telstra disconnected due to a house being removed, moved, or demolished the Developer must contact NBN or Telstra and request an abolishment of connection.
Telecommunications Infrastructure is the NBN or Telstra network of conduits, cables and pits.
Yes, your development will need to be provisioned for NBN or Telstra cabling. The service provider is determined by the carrier for your area. In most areas within South East Queensland this is now NBN.
Contact Ampflo to arrange NBN provisioning required for your development to meet your Council Development Conditions.
Contact Ampflo to arrange provisioning with the local carrier for your development to meet your Council Development Conditions.