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Determination 2017/045

News and updates > Codewords > Codewords Issue 80 > Determination 2017/045
Determination 2017/045 considers whether features in a swimming pool barrier are compliant, including a bifold window that was installed as part of an alteration, which a code compliance certificate was issued for.

Acceptable Solutions and Verification Methods Amendments 2017

News and updates > Codewords > Codewords Issue 76 > Acceptable Solutions and Verification Methods Amendments 2017
Twenty-eight Acceptable Solutions and ten Verification Methods for complying with the Building Code have been amended and took effect from 1 January 2017.

Proposed Acceptable Solutions for pool barriers

News and updates > Codewords > Codewords Issue 75 > Proposed Acceptable Solutions for pool barriers
Consultation on proposed new Acceptable Solutions to support changes to residential pool barrier requirements made by the Building (Pools) Amendment Act 2016 is open until 16 December 2016.

BC Update 206: Amendments to Acceptable Solutions and Verification Methods

News and updates > All news and updates > BC Update 206: Amendments to Acceptable Solutions and Verification Methods
Acceptable Solutions and Verification Methods for the Building Code have been amended and are in force from 1 January 2017.

BC Update 201: Consultation on new Acceptable Solutions for residential pool barriers

News and updates > All news and updates > BC Update 201: Consultation on new Acceptable Solutions for residential pool barriers
Consultation opens on new Acceptable Solutions for residential pool barriers under the Building (Pools) Amendment Act.

BC Update 193: Consultation on amending Acceptable Solutions and Verification Methods 2016

News and updates > All news and updates > BC Update 193: Consultation on amending Acceptable Solutions and Verification Methods 2016
We want your feedback by 31 August on proposals to amend Acceptable Solutions and Verification Methods

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