Appeals against Local Government and Private Building Certifier Decisions - Queensland

Service summary

Building and Development Committees are established under the Sustainable Planning Act 2009 and hear appeals about building and plumbing related matters against Local Government and Private Certifier decisions.

The Department of Housing and Public Works provides prompt, easy, accessible and non-court based decisions dealing with a range of building and plumbing related matters.

The Department provides advice on the building appeal process to Local Governments, Private Building Certifiers, the public and the building industry.  The Department is also the receiving point for the appeals and it arranges appointments of general referees to Committees.

Important Information:

A person may appeal to the Building and Development Committee however, the legislation requires the completion of `Form 10 - Application for appeal/declaration' with accompanying fee and must be lodged within the prescribed timeframe.

Service type

Support Service

A service offered by government to aid in running a business.

Eligibility requirements

Only the applicant for a building approval may lodge an appeal.

Fees

There is a fee for lodging an appeal.  You can contact the Department for further information or visit Fees (appeals and declarations) page.

Administering agency

Department of Housing and Public Works
Building Codes Queensland

Contact details

Building and Development Dispute Resolution Committees
Department of Housing and Public Works
Building Codes Queensland


Mailing address:
GPO BOX 2457
Brisbane, Queensland 4001

Phone:

1800804833

Fax:

07 32371248
registrar@qld.gov.au

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