A LIM - or Land Information Memorandum - is a collation of information from our records on matters affecting a specific property such as a history of building work, where pipes are, water supply, rates and a lot more.
You can apply online below, or print and complete our hard copy LIM Application Form (186KB pdf).
It takes up to 10 working days to receive your LIM.
The LIM processing will start as follows:
The last day to apply for a standard residential or non-residential LIM to ensure it is delivered within statutory timeframes is 10 December 2018.
The last day to apply for an urgent LIM is 17 December 2018, providing that the application and payment is received by 17 December at the latest.
LIMs applied for outside of these dates will be processed on best efforts, but are not due to the customer until after 15 January 2019.
LIM fees apply from 1 July 2018 and include GST.
|Standard Residential Property||$353.80|
|Standard Non-Residential Property||$478.40|
|Urgent Residential Property||$419.20|
|Transfer of fee to another LIM application||$103.00|
|Additional time per hour (after two hours of compilation of LIM application)||$147.80|
You can pay for a LIM
Sorry, you cannot pay by credit card.
Our banking details are:
Porirua City Council
03 0547 0240008 01
You MUST provide the following internet banking information:
Particulars: address (11 characters, no spaces)
Code: the Ref ID code you received in the confirmation email
Reference: your contact phone number, no spaces
If you are prompted by your bank to select from a list of Porirua City Council accounts - choose Consents & Licences.
You can collect your LIM report from our relocated Customer Services Centre on the Ground Floor of the BNZ Building, 14 Hartham Place, Porirua, from December 7 onwards , during normal business hours,
We will email your LIM report to you and post a hard copy.
We do not recommend post as your only option to receive your LIM report as NZ Post delivery days are variable. If you cannot receive emails – we highly recommend you collect your LIM report.
If you need to cancel or transfer a LIM, you can:
The following information should be in a LIM Report.
Information identifying each (if any) special feature or characteristic of the land concerned, including but not limited to:
Also you may find information on:
The LIM report will not tell you:
You can view property records at our office.