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Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000
Historical version for 2 May 2008 to 30 June 2008 (accessed 5 July 2020 at 05:39) Current version
154C BASIX completion receipt
(1A) This clause applies:(a) from 1 October 2006 until 30 June 2007 (inclusive) to:(i) the erection of a BASIX affected building that is BASIX affected development, or(ii) a change of building use by which a building becomes a BASIX affected building, and(b) on and from 1 July 2007, to BASIX affected development in respect of which a relevant BASIX certificate or relevant BASIX certificates requires a certifying authority to monitor fulfilment of any of the commitments listed in the certificate.(1) Within 2 days after issuing a final occupation certificate for a building the subject of development to which this clause applies, or for part of such a building, the certifying authority must apply to the Director-General for a BASIX completion receipt with respect to that building or part.(2) An application for a BASIX completion receipt must be made in the manner notified in writing to certifying authorities by the Director-General and must contain the following information:(a) the number of each relevant BASIX certificate for the building or part of a building,(b) the postcode of the address of the building,(c) the date of issue of the final occupation certificate,(d) such other information (if any) as the Director-General may determine and is notified in writing to certifying authorities.(3) The Director-General may issue a BASIX completion receipt:(a) by means of a computerised system, as approved from time to time by the Director-General, being a system to which certifying authorities are given on-line access, whether over the internet or otherwise, or(b) by such other means as the Director-General may approve from time to time.(4) A BASIX completion receipt is to confirm that the information required to be provided by a certifying authority under this clause has been provided.(5) A BASIX completion receipt is to be in such form, and contain such other information, as the Director-General may approve from time to time.