State Environmental Planning Policy (Exempt and Complying Development Codes) 2008
Historical version for 8 July 2011 to 24 November 2011 (accessed 27 November 2014 at 21:34) Current version
Part 3ADivision 4Subdivision 1

Subdivision 1 Conditions applying before works commence

3A.39   Protection of adjoining areas

A temporary hoarding or temporary construction site fence must be erected between the work site and adjoining lands before the works begin and must be kept in place until after the completion of works if the works:
(a)  could cause a danger, obstruction or inconvenience to pedestrian or vehicular traffic, or
(b)  could cause damage to adjoining lands by falling objects, or
(c)  involve the enclosure of a public place or part of a public place.
Note. See the entry in the General Exempt Development Code for scaffolding, hoardings and temporary construction site fences.

3A.40   Toilet facilities

(1)  Toilet facilities must be available or provided at the work site before works begin and must be maintained until the works are completed at a ratio of one toilet plus one additional toilet for every 20 persons employed at the site.
(2)  Each toilet must:
(a)  be a standard flushing toilet connected to a public sewer, or
(b)  have an on-site effluent disposal system approved under the Local Government Act 1993, or
(c)  be a temporary chemical closet approved under the Local Government Act 1993.

3A.41   Garbage receptacle

(1)  A garbage receptacle must be provided at the work site before works begin and must be maintained until the works are completed.
(2)  The garbage receptacle must have a tight fitting lid and be suitable for the reception of food scraps and papers.

3A.42   Notification to neighbours

The person having the benefit of the complying development certificate must give at least 2 days’ notice in writing of the intention to commence the works to the owner or occupier of each dwelling that is situated within 20m of the lot on which the works will be carried out.
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