PermitAccess provides direct access for ‘Excavation’ and ‘Non-Excavation’ permit applications. For Excavation permit applications PermitAccess combines and automates the processes of submitting a One Call enquiry and applying for a Permit when the intended work site is in the road corridor. When requiring a Non-Excavation permit CorridorAccess provides an automated application and approval process consistent amongst Permit Authorities.
HOW DOES PERMITACCESS WORK?
STEP 1: Applicants generate their asset location request via the regions One Call service for excavation works. If the dig site falls within the road corridor for a participating Permit Authority a permit application is also generated. For those who require Non-Excavation permits the participating Permit Authority will direct the applicant to the CorridorAccess site to apply. This site generates and manages non-excavation permit application requests exclusively.
STEP 2: During the permit approval process Applicants and Permit Authorities can exchange documents such as Terms and Conditions, photos and Traffic Management Plans (TMPs) as well as view/edit progress of the permit application. Approval documents can also be provided.
Be notified of all excavation works within your road reserve without being reliant on applicants to approach you.
Configure PermitAccess to suit local permitting requirements and business workflows.
Automated workflows mean reduced resourcing requirements for processing and approving permit applications.
Permit Authorities can generate reports on applications as required.
Be notified of all excavation works that may require a permit.
Applicants can pay for their permits online.
Complete history of all permit applications and audit view recorded.
Permit Authorities can view the accurate location of each permit application in a map window.
WHAT IS A ROAD CORRIDOR?
The ROAD CORRIDOR is the land that extends from the boundary of one property to the boundary of the one directly opposite across the road. The Road corridor includes the nature-strip and footpath, as well as the road.