Construction Certificate

A Construction Certificate is an approval to make sure building plans and specifications comply with the Building Code of Australia (BCA) and any other relevant Australian standard for building.

Why do I need one?

  • Construction certificates are required to be issued after development approval from council and before starting any building or subdivision works that require development consent. 
  • It ensures building plans and specifications are consistent with the approved development consent.
  • It ensures that all conditions of the development consent are met before the issue of a construction certificate.

When do I need one?

Construction certificates are required to be issued after development approval from council and before starting any building or subdivision works that require development consent. 

Where can I get one? 

Council's certifiers bring their local knowledge to your project and can issue construction certifications at a competitive price.

Alternatively, you can engage an external accredited private certifier


Location

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More information

Forms

Application for a Construction Certificate Application for an Amended Construction Certificate

Enquiries

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Construction Certificate Amended Construction Certificate

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