Hoarding permit for building works
Hoardings and barricades are usually required to be installed around building sites, both to protect the public and to secure the site when unattended.
A hoarding permit is required prior to carrying out precautions to protect the safety of the public which involves any occupation of Council land. This may include things such as temporary fencing, hoardings, gantry’s or barricades.
If works requiring a building permit are involved, it is the responsibility of the relevant building surveyor to decide when precautions are required throughout the project and not Council. In these cases, please consult your building surveyor prior to submitting your application to determine the suitability of precautions.
Even if no building permit is required for your works, such as painting, you may still need a hoarding permit.
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