NCC 2019 Public Comment Draft
NCC 2019 is open for public comment.
Key elements of the proposed amendments include:
- new quantified performance metrics and Verification Methods;
- improved fire safety measures;
- removing the ability to use bonded laminated material where a non-combustible material is required (further information is in the supporting overview document);
- increased levels of energy efficiency for commercial buildings;
- revised Acceptable Construction Practices (ACPs) in NCC Volume Two;
- new Acceptable Plumbing Practices (APPs) in NCC Volume Three; and
- improved readability, including standardised Governing Requirements across the NCC.
The below table outlines the complete list of public comment draft documents open for comment and additional supporting material.
Consultation Regulation Impact Statements
Comments are still open for the Consultation Regulation Impact Statement (RIS) for energy efficiency of commercial buildings. Please follow the feedback submission process and closing dates outlined within Consultation RIS page.
Comments relating to energy efficiency of commercial buildings must be submitted by COB Friday, 20 April 2018 using the process described below. The consultation period for all items, except energy efficiency of commercial buildings closed Friday, 13 April 2018. Thank you for your feedback.
Only comments related to the proposed changes for NCC 2019 and supporting documents, identified with a bottom banner stating 'For Comment', will be considered.
Please note: Information submitted will not be released unless required by law, but may be made available to the ABCB and its committees if required. Information collected may be subject to requests made under the Freedom of Information Act 1982.
|01||One||PCD||NCC 2019 Volume One|
|29||One||Energy Efficiency||RIS||Energy efficiency of commercial buildings|
|30||One||Energy Efficiency||Report||Energy efficiency of commercial buildings NCC 2016 vs NCC 2019 DTS modelling report|
|31||One||Energy Efficiency||Case study||Case study 1: Premium office space|
|32||One||Energy Efficiency||Case study||Case study 2: Premium office space|
|33||One||Energy Efficiency||Case study||Case study 3: Aged care|
|34||One||Energy Efficiency||Case study||Case study 4: Aged care|
|35||One||Energy Efficiency||Case study||Case study 5: Civic centre|
|36||One||Energy Efficiency||Case study||Case study 6: Lighting|
|37||One||Energy Efficiency||Example||Energy efficiency of commercial buildings: glazing worked example|
|38||One||Energy Efficiency||Example||Energy efficiency of commercial buildings: pump system worked example|
|39||One||Energy Efficiency||Case study||Case study 7: Mid-tier office|