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Environmental Planning and Assessment Regulation 2000
Current version for 13 September 2019 to date (accessed 22 September 2019 at 20:07)
Part 7 Division 1 Clause 129C
129C   Record of site inspections
(1)  A council or accredited certifier must make a record of each inspection carried out by the council or accredited certifier for the purposes of clause 129B.
(2)  Any council or accredited certifier who is required to make such a record but is not the certifying authority in relation to the issue of the complying development certificate concerned must, within 2 days after the carrying out of the inspection, provide a copy of the record to the certifying authority.
(3)  The record must include the following—
(a)  the date of the application for the complying development certificate,
(b)  the address of the property at which the inspection was carried out,
(c)  the type of inspection,
(d)  the date on which the inspection was carried out,
(e)  if the inspection was carried out by a council, the name of the council and the identity and signature of the individual who carried out the inspection on behalf of the council,
(f)  if the inspection was carried out by an accredited certifier, the identity of the accredited certifier, including, in a case where the accredited certifier is an accredited body corporate, the identity of the individual who carried out the inspection on behalf of the body corporate,
(g)  if the inspection was carried out by an accredited certifier, the accreditation number of the accredited certifier, including, in a case where the accredited certifier is an accredited body corporate, the accreditation number of the individual who carried out the inspection on behalf of the body corporate,
(h)  details of the current fire safety measures in the existing buildings on the site that will be affected by the proposed development concerned,
(i)  details as to whether or not the plans and specifications accompanying the application for the complying development certificate adequately and accurately depict the existing site conditions,
(j)  details of any features of the site, or of any building on the site, that would result in the proposed development the subject of the application for the complying development certificate—
(i)  not being complying development, or
(ii)  not complying with the Building Code of Australia.