Frequently asked questions
Individuals (e.g. sole traders) and companies (e.g. consulting engineers, civil construction contractors, project managers, registered surveyors and town planners) can apply for accreditation to become an ‘Accredited Entity’ and/or Registered Certifier.
It is anticipated that applicants will have a level of knowledge or practical experience with land development and the processes for connection to water supply and sewerage networks in South East Queensland.
The Accreditation and Certification process includes things such as:
assessments and approval of applications
registration deed poll
Read more about how to become accredited.
The processes are also described in detail in the Accreditation and Certification Manual.
There are no accreditation application fees and no charge for training provided by Unitywater.
Between 1 July 2017 and 30 June 2019, we will operate our current development services business as usual in conjunction with the Accreditation and Certification System. During this time applications for connections will continue to be accepted by Development Services. This will provide time for the appointment of a sufficient number of accredited entities and registered certifiers to meet development demand.
Need more information? Email Accreditation.Coordinator@unitywater.com.
Unitywater now accepts certification packages from Accredited Entities and Registered Certifiers.
Figures 1 and 2 below illustrate the roles of Accredited Entities and Registered Certifiers in the approval process.
View all Accredited Entities and Registered Certifiers on the Accreditation Register.
Unitywater is accepting certification packages from Accredited Entities and Registered Certifiers from 5 March 2018.