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Decks and balconies - playing it safe

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01/01/2014

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Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
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Section 175 guidance
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Decks and balconies supported by untreated, kiln-dried timber may pose a safety risk, particularly where water pools rather than drains away. Decks and balconies more than 1.5 metres above the ground need a building consent. However, even consented balconies could be unsafe. They must also be maintained throughout their life.

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Decks and balconies - playing it safe

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Decks and balconies supported by untreated, kiln-dried timber may pose a safety risk, particularly where water pools rather than drains away. Decks and balconies more than 1.5 metres above the ground need a building consent. However, even consented balconies could be unsafe. They must also be maintained throughout their life.

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Decks and balconies - playing it safe
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Decks and balconies supported by untreated, kiln-dried timber may pose a safety risk, particularly where water pools rather than drains away. Decks and balconies more than 1.5 metres above the ground need a building consent. However, even consented balconies could be unsafe. They must also be maintained throughout their life.

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Decks and balconies - playing it safe

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