Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000
Historical version for 26 April 2002 to 1 July 2002 (accessed 6 June 2020 at 12:42) Current version
Part 10 Division 3 Clause 205
205   Record keeping by accredited certifiers
(cf clause 81M of EP&A Regulation 1994)
(1)  An accredited certifier must cause copies of the following documents to be kept at his or her business premises at all times:
(a)  any application for a certificate that has been made to the accredited certifier under this Act,
(b)  any written determination that has been made by the accredited certifier in relation to an application for a certificate under this Act,
(c)  any certificate or other document that the accredited certifier has relied on for the purpose of issuing a certificate under this Act,
(d)  any certificate issued by the accredited certifier under this Act,
(e)  any plans and specifications in respect of which the accredited certifier has issued a certificate under this Act,
(f)  a list of the projects in connection with which the accredited certifier has issued complying development certificates or Part 4A certificates, indicating:
(i)  the kinds of certificates issued by the accredited certifier in relation to each such project, and
(ii)  the classification of any building involved in each such project, and
(iii)  the local government area in which each such project was carried out, and
(iv)  the accredited certifier’s estimate of the cost of each such project.
(2)  This clause does not require an accredited certifier to keep copies of any such certificate, or of any ancillary application, determination, plan, specification or other document, for more than 15 years from the date on which the certificate was issued.
(3)  An accredited certifier must cause a copy of any document referred to in subclause (1) to be given to the Director-General if the Director-General so requests by notice in writing served on the accredited certifier.
(4)  On ceasing to be an accredited certifier, a person must cause copies of all documents referred to in subclause (1) to be given to the relevant accreditation body.