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  1. Swimming, spa and portable pools

    are two sets of safety barrier requirements depending on when the private swimming pool was installed ... Generally: Post 1 May 2016 private swimming pools are required to have safety barriers that comply with the ... (Safety barriers for swimming pools) and AS 1926.2:2007 (Location of safety barriers for swimming pools ...

  2. Smoke alarm laws

    This page is for:  Builder Building surveyor Consumer Home buyer / owner Western Australia's Building Regulations 2012 (the Regulations) sets out the requirements for home-owners to have compliant smoke alarms installed: prior to the sale or transfer ...

  3. Dividing fence matters – overview

    Department of Health, Environmental Health Directorate (08) 9388 4999 Swimming pool barriers Temporary ... fencing to enclose a swimming pool while a dividing fence is being constructed or repaired. Or the type of ... Regulations 2012 allow a dividing fence to form part of the enclosure of swimming or spa pool, provided that ...

  4. Process E: Repairing an existing fence where damage is caused by a natural act or by one owner’s actions

    This page is for:  Home buyer / owner Consumer Damage caused by one neighbour Situations may arise where you consider that your neighbour or neighbours should be responsible for paying the entire repair of the fence because it has been damaged by their ac ...

  5. Process D: Repairing an existing fence

    This page is for:  Consumer Home buyer / owner Step one: Negotiate with your neighbour An agreement between neighbours has priority over the requirements of the Act so it is best to approach the owner of the adjoining land first.  The Act does not specify ...

  6. Process B: Constructing a new fence when the adjoining owner cannot be contacted

    This page is for:  Consumer Home buyer / owner In this case you will need to contact the Magistrates Court before building the fence. If you can satisfy the court that you have made reasonable enquiries to locate the owner and have issued the required not ...

  7. Process C: Constructing a new fence where the adjoining owner’s land is vacant

    This page is for:  Consumer Home buyer / owner Except where there is an agreement or a court order in place, you cannot recover any of the costs from the adjoining land that is vacant for constructing a sufficient fence unless or until the current owner o ...

  8. Process A: Constructing a new fence on developed land

    This page is for:  Consumer Home buyer / owner Step one: Negotiate with your neighbour An agreement between neighbours has priority over the requirements of the Act, therefore when issues with a dividing fence occur it is best to approach the owner of the ...

  9. Thinking of installing a swimming pool or spa?

    a swimming pool or spa? This fact sheet provides general information about the building approvals process for ... your new swimming pool or spa and its safety barrier. In Western Australia, private swimming pools and ... a swimming or spa pool and its associated safety barrier. What is the process for obtaining a building ...

  10. Swimming pools and spas: electrical bonding

    pool is safe. Swimming pools and spas: electrical bonding The information on this page is available in ... PDF format. Swimming pools and spas: electrical bonding fact sheet ... This page is for:  Consumer Electrical contractor / worker Builder The risk Most pools and spas ...

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