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This industry bulletin provides information for building industry practitioners and regulators regarding changes to termite management system standards referenced by the Building Code of Australia (...
Building and Energy
Bulletin
27 Apr 2017
Building and Energy
Reports
11 Apr 2017
The Building Commission released an e-letter on 28 November 2016 to remind building industry practitioners about interconnection of smoke alarms and the new Australian Standard for smoke alarms. This...
Building and Energy
Bulletin
28 Feb 2017
This industry bulletin provides information for building industry practitioners and regulators on certain transitional periods coming to an end that will affect any building permit application...
Building and Energy
Bulletin
27 Feb 2017
Application for modification or non-application of a bush fire building standard
Building and Energy
Form – application
13 Feb 2017
The Building Amendment Regulations 2017 (the Amendment Regulations) were published in the Government Gazette on Tuesday 7 February 2017 to come into operation on Wednesday 8 February 2017. The...
Building and Energy
Bulletin
13 Feb 2017

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Announcements

A Maddington builder who provided incorrect and misleading information to become registered has been fined $5,000 and his request to cancel his registration has been accepted by the Building Services Board.
Building and Energy
Media release
05 Dec 2017
In July 2016, the Building Commission circulated an updated set of Building Commissioner approved forms for use under the Building Act 2011 . An indefinite period was provided to allow the community, industry and permit authorities time to transition the updated forms into their relevant systems. It was considered acceptable during this transition to use previous approved versions of the forms...
Building and Energy
Department News
23 Nov 2017
Maddington company Great Aussie Patios Pty Ltd and its sole director and secretary Marcus Graham Fulker have been successfully prosecuted by the Building Commissioner for contractual offences committed in the supply and installation of a patio in Hazelmere in 2015.
Building and Energy
Media release
26 Oct 2017
Standards Australia is seeking public comments on proposed changes to Australian Standard AS 3959 – Construction of buildings in bushfire-prone areas . Comments are also being sought by Standards Australia on its draft Preliminary Impact Analysis regarding the proposed changes to AS 3959. Public comments are to be provided directly through Standards Australia Public Comment online portal by...
Building and Energy
Department News
18 Oct 2017
Wembley Downs builder Peter Clyde Carman (BC100666 – expired & BP100822 – restricted) has been fined $4,000 by the Building Services Board for submitting a misleading building permit application to the City of Karratha in 2014.
Building and Energy
Media release
25 Oct 2017
The Building Commission’s supplementary audit of Perth Children’s Hospital (PCH) fire walls has found isolated areas of non-compliance but no systemic issues that pose an ongoing concern for the safety of occupants.
Building and Energy
Media release
23 Oct 2017
Recent fire events in Australia and worldwide have highlighted the importance of fire safety in high-rise apartment buildings.
Building and Energy
Media release
02 Oct 2017
The four month transitional period that delayed the application of the bush fire construction requirements of the Building Code of Australia (BCA) for areas that were newly identified as bush fire prone on the Map of Bush Fire Prone Areas 2017 (that came into operation on 1 June 2017) concludes on Saturday 30 September 2017. From Sunday 1 October 2017, applications for building approvals for...
Building and Energy
Department News
29 Sep 2017
A Warrenup man has been prosecuted by the Building Commissioner for registration and contractual offences he committed while contracting for and constructing three sheds, in Robinson, Elleker and Warrenup, in 2014.
Building and Energy
Media release
28 Sep 2017
The Building Commission has confirmed that testing found no asbestos-containing building products and materials supplied by Yuanda Australia in its general inspection of 13 Western Australian buildings.
Building and Energy
Media release
31 Aug 2017

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