Certificate of Likely Compliance (Building) - Tasmania

Service summary

New Tasmanian building laws have come into effect from the 1 January 2017. These laws will update requirements for building and plumbing work. This record will be updated to reflect the new building laws in early January.

You will require this certificate before performing notifiable building work or building permit work.

A certificate of likely compliance is a statement obtained from a qualified building surveyor which certifies that your proposed structure is likely to meet the requirements of the Building Code of Australia and will comply with relevant legislation.

Please consult the Contact Officer for more information.

Service type

Licence

A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Eligibility requirements

Please consult the Contact Officer for more information regarding eligibility requirements.

Duration

As specified.

Fees

 TypeDescription
ApplyApplication

Please consult the Council or a Private Building Surveyor for information on fees to be submitted with your application as fees vary depending on the nature and scope of the building work.

Forms

 Resources
Apply

Application for Certificate of Likely Compliance (Building) - Please consult the Contact Officer for information on forms to be submitted.

Administering agency

Tasman Council

Act(s) name

Building Act 2000 (Tasmania)

Contact details

Enquiries, Building and Planning
Tasman Council

Operating address:
1713 Main Road
Nubeena
TAS 7184

Phone:

03 6250 9200

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