Council Section 94a (NSW)

What is a Section 94a Contribution?

A Section 94a contribution is a payment made by developers to local Council (in NSW), in order to enable Council to construct or provide additional public amenities and services to meet the requirements of a new development.

Section 94a contributions are typically imposed by Council as a condition of development consent or complying development, and are calculated based on the cost of the development.

As part of the application process for developments over $500,000, a number of councils now require a report prepared by a Quantity Surveyor who is a registered member of the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (AIQS) in order to ensure more accurate construction costs are used in the calculation of the Section 94a contribution.

Why Muller Partnership?

Since 1997, Muller Partnership has worked with owners and developers to establish and monitor project costs for hundreds of residential, commercial and industrial developments.

As registered members of the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (AIQS) Muller Partnership is in the perfect position to provide you with a signed off Section 94a report that fully complies with local Council requirements.

Contact Muller Partnership today to organise a compliant Section 94a report.