Commercial buildings

A commercial building is a building in which any natural resources, goods, services or money are either developed, sold, exchanged or stored. 

Examples of commercial buildings are: an amusement park, auction room, bank, car-park, catering facility, coffee bar, computer centre​, fire station, funeral parlour, hairdresser, library, office (commercial or government), Police station, post office, public laundry, radio station, restaurant, service station, shop, showroom, storage facility, television station or transport terminal.

​If you plan to build or renovate a commercial building, there are certain rules you need to comply with under the Building Act.

Page reviewed: 10 Jun 2016 11:47am