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Paying proper attention to customer complaints is an essential part of a well-managed business operation. In fact, complaints can improve your efficiency and profitability. Why have a complaint...
Consumer Protection
Guide / handbook
06 Jan 2021
Risk assessment should always be carried out, and appropriate controls put in place to reduce the risk of falling
WorkSafe
Bulletin
11 Mar 2016
Application for Modification or Non-Application of Building Standard
Building and Energy
Form – application
04 Jul 2016
Application to extend time – occupancy permit or building approval certificate
Building and Energy
Form – application
14 May 2014
Application to extend a building or demolition permit
Building and Energy
Form – application
14 May 2014
8 March 2019 current version Notice and request for consent (response notice): Protection structures, party walls, removal of fences, access to land
Building and Energy
Form – application
23 May 2019
8 March 2019 current version Notice and request for consent to encroach or adversely affect
Building and Energy
Form – application
23 May 2019
14 April 2021 current version Certificate of building compliance
Building and Energy
Form – application
30 Apr 2021
Certificate of construction compliance
Building and Energy
Form – application
14 May 2014
Application for building approval certificate - Updated 30 April 2020
Building and Energy
Form – application
30 Apr 2020

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Announcements

A new transitional arrangement with current providers of home indemnity insurance in Western Australia will mean that it is business as usual. The transitional arrangement gives the Government time to consider and consult on recommendations in the Economic Regulation Authority’s Inquiry into Western Australia’s Home Indemnity Insurance Arrangements , which was tabled in Parliament in September...
Building and Energy
Department News
29 Oct 2013
The Building Commission will introduce a number of enhancements to its existing compliance program in 2014, aimed at ensuring performance standards are being met and the licensing system works as intended. Many licensed plumbing contractors will have experienced a ‘compliance check’ from one of the Building Commission’s plumbing inspectors and in 2014, a compliance check of a contractor’s records...
Building and Energy
Department News
28 Nov 2013
Perth builder Antoun Garcia, trading as High Tech Construction, has been successfully prosecuted by the Building Commissioner for failing to meet his responsibilities under a home building contract. Garcia was found guilty of three charges at the Armadale Magistrates Court on 28 November 2013 and was ordered to pay fines of $12,000 and court costs of $621.15. He did not appear in court. The...
Building and Energy
Department News
12 Dec 2013
The Building Commission recently brought together stakeholders from across the building and plumbing industries to look back at its past achievements and hear about its future directions. The Building the Industry 2013 presentation and sundowner was held at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre on 6 December 2013 and acted as the industry launch for the Commission’s Strategic Plan 2013-2016...
Building and Energy
Department News
12 Dec 2013
Please note: The workshops mentioned in this news item have now passed. This page has been retained for archiving purposes. The Australian Building Codes Board will be conducting two seminars in Perth on upcoming changes to the Building Code of Australia (BCA) for 2014. Please note that at this time, the Building Commission will not be conducting associated regional seminars.
Building and Energy
Department News
13 Feb 2014
Following recent bushfires in Western Australia, the Building Commission would like to remind people of the availability of the publication ‘ Building for better protection in bushfire areas ’. The publication provides guidance to homeowners who are building or renovating their home in a bushfire prone area. It covers the regulated construction requirements and building standards for new homes...
Building and Energy
Department News
04 Mar 2014
Please note: Some of the information contained in this news item has now expired. This page has been retained for archiving purposes. The Building Commission's Smoke alarm laws fact sheet now provides information on a new interconnection requirement for mains-powered residential smoke alarms. The new interconnection requirement affects: people involved in transferring ownership of their homes;...
Building and Energy
Department News
06 Mar 2014

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