Certificate of Compliance - Campbelltown City Council - South Australia

Description

Certain buildings are required to have essential safety provisions installed. The Council or other relevant authority must advise the owner of a building of the essential safety provisions and maintenance standards required for that building upon granting provisional building rules consent, upon a change in classification of the building or upon application of the owner. The owner of the building must then provide the Council with a certificate of compliance for each essential safety provision. As soon as practicable after the end of each calendar year the building owner must provide proof to the Council that adequate maintenance and testing has been carried out in respect of all essential safety provisions. Building owners must not use or permit the use of a building unless the appropriate maintenance and testing of essential safety provisions has been carried out. Purchasers of new buildings should contact the Council to ensure that the building has the required essential safety provisions.

Service type

Licence

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

Duration

As specified on permit.

Fees

Refer to your local Council

Additional information

A trades person must give the owner of the building an electrical, gas or plumbing certificate of compliance within thirty days of finishing the electrical or gas work, or within seven days of finishing the plumbing work. 

Administering agency

Campbelltown City Council

Contact details

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Enquiries

Campbelltown City Council

Operating address: 172 Montacute Road
Rostrevor, South Australia 5073
Mailing address: PO BOX 1
Campbelltown, South Australia 5074
Phone: 08 8366 9222
Fax: 08 8337 3818
Email: mail@campbelltown.sa.gov.au
Website: Campbelltown City Council (Opens in new window)