Not necessarily. A building notice must ask you to show cause as to the why the building should be done, in this case, demolish a building that was built without a building permit. If you can provide documentary evidence that demonstrates compliance with the building regulations, you can satisfy council requirements, and they may remove the building notice or order. That’s where we come in. We have developed a comprehensive inspection and report process to provide the certification of the existing structure and assist in allowing Council to cease enforcement action. In some cases, rectification work may be necessary, and we will advise if you need a building permit to carry these out before proceeding. The need for demolition of the entire structure is very rare.
https://www.andersongroupmildura.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/AG_icon_7.jpg 596 843 oneideadev https://www.andersongroupmildura.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/anderson-group-mildura.png oneideadev2018-04-13 02:39:252018-04-20 01:30:18The notice mentions demolition. Does that mean I need to demolish my work?