Easements ensure the safety of residents living, working, and playing near powerlines. They help prevent incidents occurring that could cause serious injury or even death.
Easements are also created to provide clear, 24-hour access to infrastructure. It is important to keep easements clear at all times so regular maintenance, line upgrades, damage or technical faults can be attended to immediately.
Download our Living With Electricity Easements and Infrastructure brochure for answers to some of the most common electricity easement questions.
In regards to development, electricity easement requirements will be determined during the design information process. Read our policy for easement requirements.
Original easement documents for signing by Essential Energy should be mailed to the following address:
Attention: Conveyancing Team
PO Box 5730
PORT MACQUARIE NSW 2444
To avoid delays please quote the contestable works project number.
Read our procedure for easement documentation for more information about Essential Energy's documentation requirements and associated processes.
CEOF6010 - Contestable Work: Design Information Application
CEOF6274A - Requirements for the Connection of Electricity Supply Prior to Easement Registration
CEOF6274B - Creation of Easement Customer Deed
CEOF6274C - Creation of Easement Landowner Deed
CEOF6274D - Creation of Easement Customer Deed (Combined)
CEOF6274E - Creation of Easement Customer Deed (5.1.2)
CEOF6496 - Creation of Easements: For Services
CEOF9090 - Solicitors advice that easement has been created
CEOF9091 - Advice for Suitability of Easement Documentation
CEOF9097A - Terms of Easement for Overhead Powerlines
CEOF9097B - Terms of Easement for Underground Powerlines
CEOF9097C - Terms of Easement for Multipurpose Electrical Installation
CEOP8046 - Easement Requirements
Release of easement information sheet
Release of easement application form