Appendix 1: General roles and responsibilities

 

Roles and responsibilities of a territorial/regional authority

A territorial/regional authority performs the following functions (including any functions that are incidental and related to, or consequential upon, these functions).

Issuing

  • Project information memoranda
  • Building consents where the consent is subject to a waiver or modification of the Building Regulations
  • Certificates of acceptance
  • Compliance schedules and amending compliance schedules

Power to inspect and enter land

Sections 222 to 228 provide details of the powers of entry to undertake an inspection. A clear reason for any inspection must be provided to the owner/ occupier/builder.

Enforcement powers

The territorial/regional authority may choose to warrant enforcement officers to issue infringement notices under section 372 of the Building Act.

Other

  • Follows up and resolves notices to fix
  • Administers annual building warrants of fitness
  • Enforces the provisions relating to annual building warrants of fitness
  • Decides the extent to which buildings must comply with the Building Regulations when they are altered, their use is changed, or their specified intended life changes
  • Performs functions relating to dangerous, earthquake-prone or insanitary buildings
  • Determines whether building work is exempt under Schedule 1 (paragraph k) of the Building Act from requiring a building consent
  • Carries out any other functions and duties specified in the Building Act 2004. Administers dam safety regime

Roles and responsibilities of a building consent authority

A building consent authority performs the following functions:

  • Issues building consents (except consents subject to a waiver or modification)
  • Inspects building work for which it has granted a building consent
  • Issues notices to fix
  • Issues code compliance certificates
  • Issues compliance schedules
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