Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000
Historical version for 7 September 2009 to 25 October 2009 (accessed 5 August 2020 at 15:55) Current version
Part 8 Division 2 Clause 142
142   Procedure for determining application for construction certificate
(cf clause 79D of EP&A Regulation 1994)
(1)  The determination of an application for a construction certificate must be in writing and must contain the following information:
(a)  the date on which the application was determined,
(b)  whether the application has been determined:
(i)  by approval, or
(ii)  by refusal, and
(c)  if the application has been determined by refusal:
(i)  the reasons for the refusal, and
(ii)  if the certifying authority is a consent authority, of the applicant’s right of appeal under the Act against the refusal,
(d)  if a construction certificate has been issued subject to conditions of the kind referred to in clause 187 or 188:
(i)  the reasons for the conditions, and
(ii)  if the certifying authority is a consent authority, of the applicant’s right of appeal under the Act against any such conditions.
(2)  The certifying authority must cause notice of its determination to be given to the consent authority, and to the council, by forwarding to it, within 2 days after the date of the determination, copies of:
(a)  the determination, together with the application to which it relates, and
(b)  any construction certificate issued as a result of the determination, and
(c)  any plans and specifications in relation to which such a construction certificate has been issued, and
(d)  any fire safety schedule or fire link conversion schedule attached to such a construction certificate, and
(e)  any other documents that were lodged with the application for the certificate (such as any relevant decision on an objection under clause 187 or 188) or given to the certifying authority under clause 140, and
(f)  the record of any inspection made for the purposes of clause 143B in relation to the issue of the construction certificate.
 See also clause 168 which requires a fire safety schedule to be attached to a construction certificate when it is issued.
(2A)  A copy of a record of inspection referred to in subclause (2) (f) need not be given to a consent authority or council that carried out the inspection.
(3)  In this Part, a reference to the issuing of a construction certificate includes a reference to the endorsement of the construction certificate on any relevant plans and specifications, as referred to in section 109C (1) (b) of the Act.