Information for permit holders
Information for Permit Holders
What is the process from here?
- Read and understand the conditions of your Planning Permit, if in doubt ask;
- Read and understand the conditions of your Certificate of Likely Compliance, if in doubt ask;
- Read and understand the conditions of your Building Permit, if in doubt ask;
- Read and understand the conditions of your Plumbing Permit and/or Special Plumbing Permit(if applicable), if in doubt ask;
- Your builder is required to submit a Building Start Work Notice to Council prior to commencement of any works, you will find this notice attached;
- Your registered plumber is required to carry out all plumbing work (i.e. hot & cold, sewerage & stormwater) and submit a Plumbing Start Work Notice to Council prior to commencement of any works, you will find this notice attached;
- Arrange for mandatory inspections 48 hours prior to reaching any of the stages listed on your Building Permit and Certificate of Likely Compliance i.e. prior to pouring of footings/slab, framing inspection, occupancy inspection and final inspection. For Inspection by Councils Building Surveyors please call Building Services at the Council on (03) 6376 7939 during office hours.
- Prior to any occupation of the new work ensure you have an Occupancy Permit or you may be subject to penalty under the Building Act 2000;
- At the completion of the work ensure that a Final Inspection has been carried out and you have a copy of the relevant Completion Certificates for both the building and plumbing work. It is the responsibility of the permit holder to finalise the permit.
- Additional fees and charges will be incurred if OCCUPANCY PERMITS and /or CERTIFICATES OF COMPLETION are not issued within the life of the permit;
- Your builder must have a copy of the approved plans and documentation onsite at all times;
- You may be subject to a compliance audit from Council staff or Workplace Standards at anytime.
- An applicant may appeal any condition of the Building Permit to the Building Appeals Board under Section 209 of the Building Act 2000. An appeal is to be made in an approved form, within 14 days after the day on which this permit was issued and accompanied by the prescribed fee to the Building Appeals Board at Workplace Standards Tasmania.