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Infrastructure Development Code

IT-1 Appendix C.10 Deliverables


The CCTV provider is required to provide the following:

  1. Two hard copy (A3) As-built drawings of the pipe layout and manhole positions labelled to correspond with the information on the CCTV video.
  2. Two copies on DVD+R disks of the CCTV inspections; these are to be recorded in an mpeg2 programme stream (PS) format, with a variable bit rate of 4.5 mbps or higher.

In This Section

IT-1 - Appendix C.10.1 CCTV Footage Requirements

IT-1 - Appendix C.10.2 Unacceptable Footage

IT-1 - Appendix C.10.3 Condition Assessment Reports

IT-1 - Appendix C.10.1 CCTV Footage Requirements

The CCTV footage shall include the following text information:

  1. Screen header information shown for a minimum of 10 seconds showing:

Name of main Contractor. 

Name of CCTV Contractor

Name of Client. 

Date of inspection. 

Resource Consent Number or Council Contract Number. 

Upstream manhole number. 

Setup Manhole number.

Downstream manhole number. 

Pipe Diameter in millimetres.

Pipe Material e.g. UPVC.

Pipe use e.g. Stormwater.

  1. Continuous header information located on screen so as not to impede the view of the pipe showing:

Upstream manhole number. 

Downstream manhole number. 

Distance along pipe.


Continuous Header Information Position

Example of Continuous Header Information Position 

IT-1 - Appendix C.10.2 Unacceptable Footage

The video will be deemed unacceptable and rejected due to any of the following issues:

  1. Camera out of focus.
  2. Insufficient / excessive lighting.
  3. Fog or steam in the pipe.
  4. Condensation or grease on the lens.
  5. Temporary discharge of water down the pipe.
  6. Debris or spider webs over the lens due to insufficient cleaning.
  7. Camera moving too fast or too slow through the pipe.

IT-1 - Appendix C.10.3 Condition Assessment Reports

CCTV inspection footage shall be submitted to Council by either the Contractor or the Consent Holder’s Representative. Once Council has received the CCTV footage, it will be forwarded to Council’s data management contractor who will review the CCTV footage, produce a condition assessment report and convert the footage into a format suitable for migration into Council's Asset Management System.

Council’s internal timeframe to complete preparation of the condition assessment report is 5 working days, excluding the day the CCTV footage is received by Council. The result of the Condition Assessment Report will be forwarded to the Consent Holder's Representative on receipt. 

Council will notify the Consent Holder's Representative at the time of Development Works Approval, the current rates for production of the Condition Assessment Report in $/ lin. m.

Definitions in this section




Consent holder's representative


Development works approval

Resource consent


Working days


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