Depends more on the time it takes for them to get all the files together to send to CDC, for example, there was a delay of a few days while an engineer prepared the hydraulic plans for our lot. Then up to 2 weeks from the date of submission, depending on how busy the CDC people are. Once it's approved, you'll then wait for the final drawings to be done.. then you need to check to ensure it is correct. Once you've signed off on those plans, then it's a matter of days or a week till the site is cleared, then piered, then slab poured..
Short answer: could be anywhere from a 3 to 5 weeks from now provided there is no complications.
I've seen some people say that CDC only took them a week, and for us they started clearing the site before we'd even signed off on the plans. Expect a month, hope for less
Our plans have already been approved by CDC, and submitted to Council; and our Final Plans were signed off on and returned yesterday... So fingers crossed that means we're on the much lower end of the scale!
Thanks everyone! I never thought I'd be so excited to see those 6 little red pegs! haha!