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Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000
Historical version for 28 April 2006 to 30 April 2006 (accessed 13 July 2020 at 03:24) Current version
147 Form of construction certificate
(cf clause 79I of EP&A Regulation 1994)
(1) A construction certificate must contain the following information:(a) the identity of the certifying authority by which it is granted,(b) if the certifying authority is an accredited certifier:(i) his or her accreditation number, and(ii) the name of the accreditation body by which he or she is accredited,(c) the registered number and date of issue of any relevant development consent,(d) the date of the certificate,(e) a statement to the effect that work completed in accordance with documentation accompanying the application for the certificate (with such modifications verified by the certifying authority as may be shown on that documentation) will comply with the requirements of this Regulation as are referred to in section 81A (5) of the Act,(f) the classification (in accordance with the Building Code of Australia) of the building to which the certificate relates.(1A) A construction certificate may indicate different classifications for different parts of the same building.(2) A construction certificate for a building must be accompanied by a fire safety schedule for the building.(3) Subclause (2) does not apply to:(a) a class 1a or class 10 building within the meaning of clause 167, or(b) a construction certificate that relates only to fire link conversion.Note.The documents that must be issued with and accompany a construction certificate that relates only to fire link conversion are set out in clause 168A.