In Queensland, building approval is an essential step in ensuring that construction projects in Queensland are safe, legal, and compliant with relevant building codes and standards. It is a legal document issued by a building certifier or local council that confirms that a proposed building or renovation project complies with relevant building codes and regulations. It is important to engage the services of a qualified and experienced building certifier or local council to ensure that your project meets all relevant requirements and regulations.
Asset Economics has a team of qualified building certifiers who can conduct your assessment and approval. Our team will also prepare approval applications and liaise with your local government authorities, referral agencies, fire engineers, and trade contractors where required. This makes the process much more simplified and takes the stress out of the building approval process. Asset Economics offers a full certification service for all classes of buildings including Class 1 & 10 residential, Class 2 to 9 commercial, and Budget Accommodation Buildings.
Building approval is required before any construction work can commence, including demolition, renovation, or new construction. It is a critical step in the process of obtaining a building permit and ensuring that a project is safe, legal, and compliant with relevant building standards.
To obtain building approval, the proposed project must be reviewed and assessed by a building certifier or local council. This review will consider a range of factors, including building plans and specifications, compliance with relevant building codes and standards, and other factors such as environmental impact.
Once the proposed project has been assessed and approved, the building certifier or local council will issue a building approval, which must be displayed on the construction site and be available for inspection by relevant authorities. The building approval will also specify any conditions or requirements that must be met during construction to ensure compliance with building codes and regulations.