Once a swimming pool has been registered and a Notice of Pool Registration has been issued the owner must engage a registered Building Surveyor or Building Inspector to conduct an inspection of the swimming pool /spa barrier.
The first inspection must be arranged allowing a suitable time frame for any defects to be corrected including further reinspections to enable the pool/spa barrier certificate to be issued by the due date specified on the notice.
Owners have a choice to either engage the inspection privately or to use Councils inspection service. Councils inspection service operates on a commercial basis, the legislative requirements such as lodgement and issue of a barrier non-compliance certificate apply regardless of whether the inspection service is carried out by a private inspector or Surveyor or one issued via councils inhouse service.
Council employ registered Building Inspectors to carry out the swimming pool/Spa barrier inspection.
The Swimming pool/spa barrier inspection includes the following services:
- Swimming Pool Inspection with up to two inspections included;
- Issue of defects report/non-compliance certificate where required; and
- Issue of Certificate of barrier compliance.
- $437.10 inclusive of the certificate of barrier compliance (CBC) fee
- $104.00 for further inspections
What you need to apply
- A notice of Swimming pool or spa registration; and
- A credit card to make the payment
This form will take you a good 10 minutes and there are some things to get ready before you apply.
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