We’ve reviewed our Earthquake-prone, Dangerous and Insanitary Buildings Policy and are proposing some changes. Before we make any final decisions we want your feedback.
Our dangerous and insanitary buildings policy outlines our approach to identifying and inspecting potentially dangerous or insanitary buildings. It also explains the enforcement approach to be taken if buildings need to be fixed.
An example of a dangerous building is where an internal load bearing wall has been removed or there are inadequate fire systems in place. An example of an insanitary building is where there is no supply of drinking water or there are inadequate wastewater disposal systems.
In a nutshell, we’re proposing the following:
You can read more about our proposals in the documents below.
Written feedback will be accepted from Friday, 17 July 2020 to 4pm Monday 17 August 2020.
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