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2009/056: Refusal to amend a consent and issue a code compliance certificate for a 5 year-old block of 5 semi-detached townhouses

Abbreviation
2009/056
Valid from
30/07/2009

Information provider
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
Information type
Determination
Format
PDF

Description

This determination arises from the decision of the authority to refuse to issue a code compliance certificate for a 5-year-old building, because the building is part of a multi-unit development and it is not satisfied that the building work complies with certain clauses of the Building Code.

The refusal arose because:

  • the building ('Block A') is one out of 20 blocks in the development constructed under a single building consent, and
  • the building work had been undertaken under the supervision of building certifiers under the former Building Act 1991 which ceased operating as certifiers before issuing a code compliance certificate.

The matters for determination are:

  1. Whether the claddings as installed comply with Clauses B2 Durability and E2 External Moisture;
  2. Whether certain building elements in Block A, other than the claddings, comply with the other relevant clauses of the Building Code;
  3. Whether the authority, in response to the applicants request, could amend the single building consent for the development, which includes Block A, so that Block A has its own separate building consent.

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2009/056: Refusal to amend a consent and issue a code compliance certificate for a 5 year-old block of 5 semi-detached townhouses

Description

This determination arises from the decision of the authority to refuse to issue a code compliance certificate for a 5-year-old building, because the building is part of a multi-unit development and it is not satisfied that the building work complies with certain clauses of the Building Code.

The refusal arose because:

  • the building ('Block A') is one out of 20 blocks in the development constructed under a single building consent, and
  • the building work had been undertaken under the supervision of building certifiers under the former Building Act 1991 which ceased operating as certifiers before issuing a code compliance certificate.

The matters for determination are:

  1. Whether the claddings as installed comply with Clauses B2 Durability and E2 External Moisture;
  2. Whether certain building elements in Block A, other than the claddings, comply with the other relevant clauses of the Building Code;
  3. Whether the authority, in response to the applicants request, could amend the single building consent for the development, which includes Block A, so that Block A has its own separate building consent.

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2009/056: Refusal to amend a consent and issue a code compliance certificate for a 5 year-old block of 5 semi-detached townhouses
Description

This determination arises from the decision of the authority to refuse to issue a code compliance certificate for a 5-year-old building, because the building is part of a multi-unit development and it is not satisfied that the building work complies with certain clauses of the Building Code.

The refusal arose because:

  • the building ('Block A') is one out of 20 blocks in the development constructed under a single building consent, and
  • the building work had been undertaken under the supervision of building certifiers under the former Building Act 1991 which ceased operating as certifiers before issuing a code compliance certificate.

The matters for determination are:

  1. Whether the claddings as installed comply with Clauses B2 Durability and E2 External Moisture;
  2. Whether certain building elements in Block A, other than the claddings, comply with the other relevant clauses of the Building Code;
  3. Whether the authority, in response to the applicants request, could amend the single building consent for the development, which includes Block A, so that Block A has its own separate building consent.
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2009/056: Refusal to amend a consent and issue a code compliance certificate for a 5 year-old block of 5 semi-detached townhouses

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