Building and construction approvals
Find out more about the approvals and regulatory process for building and construction including construction certificates, complying development certificates, inspection services, compliance certificates, occupation certificates, contracts for certification work and building certificates.
Find out how to obtain approval to carry out works in public places including road openings, temporary barricading of footpaths and installing temporary pedestrian ramps over concrete pump lines, seeking approval to work outside of the approved hours of consent for unforeseen or exceptional circumstances and hoisting activity. You can also arrange a site establishment meeting.
Our Building Approvals Unit can provide advice and reports on Building Code of Australia compliance.
A temporary structure includes tents, marquees, stalls, hoardings and ground anchoring/shoring systems and any other structure that is not permanent. In most cases formal approval is required to erect or install a temporary structure.
Last updated: Friday, 17 October 2014