Compliance Schedules & Building Warrant of Fitness
- BCA: Building Consent Authority
- BWOF: Building Warrant of Fitness
- CCC: Code Compliance Certificate
- CS: Compliance Schedule
- CSS: Compliance Schedule Statement
- IQP: Independent Qualified Person
- LBP: Licensed Building Practitioner
- MBIE: Ministry of Building, Innovation & Employment
- NTF: Notice to Fix
- NZBC: New Zealand Building Code or Building Code or Code
- TA: Territorial Authority
What is a Compliance Schedule?
- Inspection, maintenance and reporting procedures; and
- the frequency of inspections and who should perform those inspections.
What is a Building Warrant of Fitness?
What is an IQP?
How IQPs and Compliance Firms can help you
What is a Form 12A?
The owner’s responsibility
- Engage IQPs registered with Waitaki District Council. (All registered South Island Independent Qualified Persons (IQP's) personnel are recorded on the IQP Register administered by Timaru District Council.)
- Make sure any owner inspections are done by tenants, staff or yourself. Specialist inspections must be done by an IQP.
- If your building is vacant, all inspections as per the Compliance Schedule are still required.
- Keep the Compliance Schedule and all records in the place assigned by Council.
- Keep all records for at least two years.
- For the first year, you must display the Compliance Schedule Statement in a public place in the building. Every year after that you must issue a BWOF and display a copy of the BWOF.
Tenants and the owner
Applying for, or amending a Compliance Schedule
Specified systems under the Building Act 2004
Page reviewed: 08 Oct 2019 12:42pm