How do I find the basic information my strata scheme needs to report on?

You can find most basic information about your scheme for free on the NSW Land Registry Services (LRS) website. To start your search, enter your property details. You can search either by lot and plan details or address.

Some information, such as the date of your most recent AGM, purposes of your scheme, and contact details for representatives are not held by LRS. You will need to provide this information from your owners corporation records.

Strata reporting requirements Where can I source this information?
  • Strata plan number and address
  • Registration date
  • Community or precinct scheme plan number and registration date (if applicable)
These fields will be pre-filled, where possible.

  • Contact details of the owners corporation chairperson, secretary, strata managing agent and building manager (if any)
  • Nominated strata scheme contact for emergency services
  • For apartment buildings, number of storeys above ground
  • Number of lots in the scheme and their use (residential, commercial, retirement village, utility)
  • Whether a strata renewal committee has been formed and date formed (if applicable)
To be supplied by the owners corporation secretary or strata managing agent.
  • National Australian Built Environment Rating System (NABERS) rating/s (if applicable)
May be available on the NABERS website or contact
  • Last Annual General Meeting (AGM) date
  • Date Annual Fire Safety Statement issued
  • Current insured replacement value of building
  • Reported balance of Capital Works Fund
This information can be sourced from the most recent AGM and the supporting financial statements.
  • Date interim or final occupation certificate issued (if available)
This is information from owners corporation records.

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