The definition of building work under the Building Act 1975 includes any excavation and filling work associated with the construction of a building or structure.
Building applications are required for all new building work. Also includes information on minor buildings and development permits.
Before starting work on most buildings and structures, a building permit, also known as a 'building approval', 'development approval' and 'building certification' may be required.
The current property owners needs to ensure certain regulations and criteria be met when including a pool or spa in their property.
There are approved locations where structures can be built depending on the property, easements, building envelopes and relevant planning schemes.
Definitions to determine if an application is required for plumbing work.
Forms and plans required for plumbing applications submitted to council.
Used for the treatment and disposal of wastewater and domestic sewerage on properties in unsewered areas.
Section 114(3) of the Building Act 1975 requires building owners to obtain a Final Certificate for all Commercial Building Approvals (this includes commercial and residential units) prior to the occupation or use of the building.