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There is often confusion over what building work would require approval when undertaking a fitout.
Where the works involve a change in the internal layout of a tenancy, it usually requires a building approval.
This is because the new building works have the potential to affect critical safety and compliance items such as:
It is recommended that if unsure, refer your proposed plans to a Private Certifier for review.
Contact Professional Certification Group for your next-day inspection through our Contact Form or
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