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BC Update 226: Making building Standards easier to access

News and updates > All news and updates > BC Update 226: Making building Standards easier to access
MBIE is making it easier for people to access building-related documents.

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.

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 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

BC Update 188: Ban on installing or repairing foil insulation in residential buildings

News and updates > All news and updates > BC Update 188: Ban on installing or repairing foil insulation in residential buildings
Foil insulation repair or retrofitting banned in residential buildings with an existing electrical installation.

BC Update 182: Proposed ban on retrofitting foil insulation into residential buildings

News and updates > All news and updates > BC Update 182: Proposed ban on retrofitting foil insulation into residential buildings
Submissions invited on proposed ban on retrofitting residential buildings with foil insulation.

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