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MBIE to consult twice yearly on changes to the Building Code System

News and updates > All news and updates > MBIE to consult twice yearly on changes to the Building Code System
MBIE will now consult twice yearly to ensure Acceptable Solutions and Verification Methods are up to date.

Consultation on amending Acceptable Solutions and Verification Methods 2018

News and updates > All news and updates > Consultation on amending Acceptable Solutions and Verification Methods 2018
We want your feedback by 21 September on proposals to amend Acceptable Solutions and Verification Methods.

Record of amendments – Acceptable Solutions, Verification Methods and handbooks (1993–2019)

Building Code compliance > How the Building Code works > Different ways to comply with the Building Code > Acceptable Solutions and Verification Methods > Record of amendments
Help for people needing a record of amendments to Acceptable Solutions, Verification Methods and handbooks since 1993.

2016/032: Regarding the use of existing drains for a new dwelling

This determination considers a requirement put in place after a building consent was issued to replace existing drains on a property where a new dwelling was being constructed.  The decision turns on the means of compliance stated in the building consent and the authority’s powers after the consent was issued.  The determination also discusses the Building Code obligations that apply in regards to drainage systems and the performance requirements and assessment of existing drains.

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2016/029: Regarding the issue of a notice to fix for three cabins constructed without building consent

This determination considers three cabins constructed for the use of sleeping accommodation at an ashram and whether the building work was exempt from the requirement to obtain building consent under Schedule 1. The determination discusses the definition of the term “dwelling” as it relates to Schedule 1(3)(d).

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2016/031: Issuing of a code compliance certificate in respect of thermal insulation to a hot water cylinder and hot water pipework to a house

This determination considers the requirements under Clause H1.3.4 in regards to insulation of a TPR valve and a length of hot water pipework, and Clause G9 in regards to the location of an electrical cable in a duct with the water supply pipework. The determination discusses the application of the relevant Acceptable Solutions and associated Standards as a means of establishing compliance.

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2009/061: Issuing building consents and code compliance certificates for four year-old houses where the cladding is exhibiting signs of failure

Note: The decisions in this determination were reversed on appeal to the District Court. See: Rangi and Richdale v Upper Hutt City Council (District Court, Wellington, 13 April 2010, CIV-2009-085-983).

Appeal judgment [PDF 256 KB]

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This information is published by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment’s Chief Executive. It is a general guide only and, if used, does not relieve any person of the obligation to consider any matter to which the information relates according to the circumstances of the particular case. Expert advice may be required in specific circumstances. Where this information relates to assisting people: