2017/040: Refusal to grant a building consent for proposed supermarket alterations

Abbreviation
2017/040
Valid from
16/06/2017

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

Description

This determination concerned the refusal to issue a building consent for alterations to an existing supermarket building because it was believed the proposed work did not comply with the fire safety clauses of the Building Code.

The determination considered the requirements of the legislation as it applied to the alteration.

The fire engineer initially used a verification method to show compliance, and the determination discussed what this method requires.

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2017/040: Refusal to grant a building consent for proposed supermarket alterations

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2017/040: Refusal to grant a building consent for proposed supermarket alterations

Description

This determination concerned the refusal to issue a building consent for alterations to an existing supermarket building because it was believed the proposed work did not comply with the fire safety clauses of the Building Code.

The determination considered the requirements of the legislation as it applied to the alteration.

The fire engineer initially used a verification method to show compliance, and the determination discussed what this method requires.

View on Information Provider website Download this resource (PDF, 414KB)
2017/040: Refusal to grant a building consent for proposed supermarket alterations
Description

This determination concerned the refusal to issue a building consent for alterations to an existing supermarket building because it was believed the proposed work did not comply with the fire safety clauses of the Building Code.

The determination considered the requirements of the legislation as it applied to the alteration.

The fire engineer initially used a verification method to show compliance, and the determination discussed what this method requires.

View on Information Provider website Download this resource (PDF, 414KB)
This resource does not cite any other resources.

2017/040: Refusal to grant a building consent for proposed supermarket alterations

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