NSW Government teams meet quarterly as we continue to work on how ‘we’ can best apply the DBP for the Strata-Remedial industry.
As NSW Vice President of ACRA -Remedial Industry Association, I acknowledge the outstanding work of the Strata-Remedial Government consultation teams.
ACRA -Remedial Industry Association and NSW Government teams meet quarterly as we continue to work on how ‘we’ can best apply the DBP for the Strata-Remedial industry.
Matt Press and I co-chair the meetings on a quarterly basis. The consultation team met this month.
We have produced the Emergency Remedial Building Work Fact Sheet and recently launched the Fact Sheet about Remedial Building Work and exempt development. https://www.planning.nsw.gov.au/sites/default/files/2023-07/remedial-building-work-sepp-fact-sheet.pdf
The consultation teams have now turned our attention to ‘demarcation’ and the requirements of a regulated design. We plan to release related guidance material over the coming months (this year).
Guidance on how new remedial building work can be demarcated from the existing building elements is essential in meeting regulatory requirements. The ability to demarcate also supports the ability for owners corporations to plan their projects in phases and raise funds accordingly.
Regulated designs. It has been agreed that guidance is required for the remedial industry. We need a consistent approach so that building practitioners can build according to well-documented designs.
Thank you to the consultation team, an extraordinary effort of two years to date: Matt Press; Matthew Whitton; Jonathan Lynch;Charles Zhang;David Mooney; Michael Lucchitti; Alison Morris; Meghann Sikorski; Yin-Ling Man;Greg O’Mara; Grahame Vile; Helen Kowal;Peter Johnsson,Tom Mackay,Charlie Thomas; Vadim Topolinsky, Nicholas Corak,Ian Martyn.