Some of our residential and forestry investment pathways allow a trusted investor that meets our criteria to obtain a ‘standing consent’. This allows the investor to make investments under the umbrella of a consent that is already in place. Standing consents are issued with conditions that the investor must follow as well as limitations on the scope of the consent, such as the maximum number of transactions that can be completed, the area or type of land that can be acquired, and an expiry date.
Notifying us of a transaction made under standing consent
If you are an investor who has a standing consent, you must tell us when you have completed a transaction. This allows us to check that you have complied with the scope and conditions of your standing consent, update our monitoring information, and determine if additional conditions should be imposed for certain transactions.
Before you enter into a transaction
Use the following checklists to understand the key things to consider before you enter into a transaction under a standing consent.
Before you notify us of a transaction under a standing consent
Complete the relevant Key information and Investment Plan document and compile relevant supporting information.
You can notify us of your transaction online. You will be asked upload the documents noted above when you complete the online form.