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Acceptable Solution BCH/AS1 Backcountry Huts

Abbreviation
BCH/AS1
Amendment
Amendment 1, 1 July 2014
Valid from
01/07/2009

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


Description

This Acceptable Solution applies to backcountry huts. Using this Acceptable Solution establishes compliance with all the relevant Building Code clauses for the design and construction of backcountry huts.

A certificate from the Director-General of the Department of Conservation, or their delegated representative, must be provided

with the building consent application stating that the proposed hut is in a location that wheelchair users are unlikely to be able to visit.

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Acceptable Solution BCH/AS1 Backcountry Huts

Description

This Acceptable Solution applies to backcountry huts. Using this Acceptable Solution establishes compliance with all the relevant Building Code clauses for the design and construction of backcountry huts.

A certificate from the Director-General of the Department of Conservation, or their delegated representative, must be provided

with the building consent application stating that the proposed hut is in a location that wheelchair users are unlikely to be able to visit.

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Acceptable Solution BCH/AS1 Backcountry Huts
Description

This Acceptable Solution applies to backcountry huts. Using this Acceptable Solution establishes compliance with all the relevant Building Code clauses for the design and construction of backcountry huts.

A certificate from the Director-General of the Department of Conservation, or their delegated representative, must be provided

with the building consent application stating that the proposed hut is in a location that wheelchair users are unlikely to be able to visit.

View on Information Provider website Download this resource (PDF, 418KB)
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