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Minor variations to building consents: Guidance on definition, assessment and granting

Valid from
01/01/2010

Information provider
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
Information type
Section 175 guidance
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Website

Description

If you want to make a small change to your building consent, ask your council if you can make a minor variation rather follow the formal amendment process.

This guidance is to help councils, builders, designers and project managers understand:

  • the legislation that provides for minor variations to building consents
  • how to define minor variations in practice
  • how councils should assess and grant minor variations
  • recommended council systems and processes for dealing with minor variations.

The guidance is not intended for homeowner applicants, as it assumes a knowledge and understanding of the Building Act 2004 (the Act) and its requirements that most homeowner applicants will not have.

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Minor variations to building consents: Guidance on definition, assessment and granting

Description

If you want to make a small change to your building consent, ask your council if you can make a minor variation rather follow the formal amendment process.

This guidance is to help councils, builders, designers and project managers understand:

  • the legislation that provides for minor variations to building consents
  • how to define minor variations in practice
  • how councils should assess and grant minor variations
  • recommended council systems and processes for dealing with minor variations.

The guidance is not intended for homeowner applicants, as it assumes a knowledge and understanding of the Building Act 2004 (the Act) and its requirements that most homeowner applicants will not have.

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Minor variations to building consents: Guidance on definition, assessment and granting
Description

If you want to make a small change to your building consent, ask your council if you can make a minor variation rather follow the formal amendment process.

This guidance is to help councils, builders, designers and project managers understand:

  • the legislation that provides for minor variations to building consents
  • how to define minor variations in practice
  • how councils should assess and grant minor variations
  • recommended council systems and processes for dealing with minor variations.

The guidance is not intended for homeowner applicants, as it assumes a knowledge and understanding of the Building Act 2004 (the Act) and its requirements that most homeowner applicants will not have.

View on Information Provider website
This resource does not cite any other resources.

Minor variations to building consents: Guidance on definition, assessment and granting

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