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Important Deadline on Approach for Queensland Property Investors Concerning Combustible Cladding
QBCC Release Map Showing Location of Buildings Audited Across Queensland for Combustible Cladding
“Brisbane unsurprisingly tops the list with around 2300 building assessments continuing through Part 2 of the Safer Buildings combustible cladding checklist. More than 9200 building assessments were registered in Brisbane during Part 1 of the checklist.
Other south-east Queensland localities round out the top three with Brisbane followed by the Gold and Sunshine Coasts, with 677 and 249 building assessments moving through Part 2 respectively.
Cairns and Townsville complete the top five with 152 and 148 building assessments moving forward respectively.
Toowoomba had the lowest percentage of registered building assessments progressing to Part 2, with 32 buildings assessments requiring further investigation, or less than 8 per cent of registered assessments. Statewide, more than 4300 buildings assessments are continuing through Part 2 of the Safer Buildings combustible cladding checklist, which requires building owners to engage a building industry professional to complete a report on the materials used on the building’s exterior.
With more than 20,000 building assessments registered with the QBCC before 29 March 2019, around 68 per cent of the buildings registered are now effectively cleared following the conclusion of Part 1.
Owners completing Part 2 have until 29 May 2019 to engage a professional and provide the report to the QBCC.”
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In Queensland we have completed the Part 1 registration process for a number of our clients. The legislative process associated with the Queensland Government Building and Other Legislation (Cladding) Amendment Regulation 2018 (BOLCAR) has now progressed to Part 2 with completion due 29 May 2019.
McKenzie Group are Building Industry Professionals having a team of accredited Building Certifiers and Fire Safety Professionals. We are providing professional and accredited services reviewing and advising our clients through the next phases of the combustible cladding registration process.
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