1. Development address and types of applications
This should be the most recent address listed on your council documents or development plan. For the purposes of this application, the address must be a new mailing address and/or an address with no previous nbn™ connection.
nbn accepts applications for:
- New dwellings or lots being constructed, typically new buildings requiring a new mailing address
- Broadacre subdivisions
- Newly constructed apartments, townhouses or villa units
- Commercial premises – only for new lots or tenancies created or as part of an expansion.
- Subdivisions – only for the new lots that are created
- Granny flats/outbuildings – only if they are newly constructed and have a separate address from the primary residence (these instances will require a unique lead in conduit).
- Knock down rebuild – only if a new address is created. For example:
- If you knock down an existing house and create three new addresses, the three new addresses will attract the new developments charge
- If you don’t knock down the existing house and create three new addresses (four in total), only the three new addresses will attract the new developments charge.
- If you knock down a single house and rebuild a single house in its place – this will not attract a new developments charge.
2. Total number of new nbn™ connections
The total number of new nbn™ connections you need to register must include:
- New dwellings or lots with no previous nbn™ connection
- Other additional services (such as fire alarms or an elevator telephone line) with no previous nbn™ connection
It’s important to make sure the total number of connections is correct – we use this information to calculate the developer contributions charge.
3. Your development details and plans (Lead-in Conduits (LIC), pit and pipe or pathways)
During the application you will be asked to enter your development details. These will include:
- The type of development work that will be taking place (e.g. empty lot or subdivision of land, multi-dwellings/high rise, super lots)
- Estimated occupancy date
You will also be asked how you plan to build for the nbn™ network infrastructure within your property boundary. We suggest speaking to your builder or an nbn™ New Developments trained supplier - designer or installer about which build process is best for your development. Our design and build guidelines are also a helpful resource.
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4. Contact details of the Applicant, Developer and Billing contacts
The Applicant is the primary contact for this online application and will receive the confirmation email once the form is successfully submitted.
Authorised representatives of the Developer
If you are an authorised representative of the Developer (also known as the Contract Signatory), you should provide your details as the Applicant. If your development is eligible, you will have the opportunity to provide the Developer details, including their ABN, later in the form.
Developer and Billing Contact details
The Developer (also known as the Contract Signatory) is the person or company entering into the agreement with nbn for the construction of the nbn™ access network for the development and is responsible for paying the relevant charges (as applicable). If available, you can provide the Developer's ABN so that the agreement and invoices are addressed to the preferred entity name.
Any invoices for the charges relating to this application will be addressed to the developer and emailed to the Billing Contact and Accounts Payable contact.
5. Payment preference (if applicable)
The developer contribution charges are a flat rate for developers and builders, which apply to each new premises that requires a new nbn™ connection.
You may be given an option to pay these by credit card or via an invoice.