The applicant completes any work required by the Preliminary Layout
As you develop your subdivision, make sure that the responsible agency
inspection requirements are met; they may require notice, or authorize
a certified professional to inspect and report. For example, roads must
be inspected at several steps along the way. The local District office
will advise you of the standards and the inspection schedule.
Similarly, other authorities will inspect the construction of other
services, such as water and electricity. In some instances, it may
be necessary for a Professional Engineer or Geoscientist to certify
that the work has been constructed in accordance with established standards.
As a general rule, it is good practice to maintain contact with the
agency who will take over the utility or facility after the subdivision
is approved. Representatives from those agencies can supply you with
information on inspections.