A register of editorial corrections made by the ABCB to NCC 2022. Editorial corrections do not change the effect of the provisions.
On 9 June 2023, Building Ministers approved the ABCB Business Plan for 2023-24.
To support Australians making the switch to electric vehicles (EV), the National Construction Code (NCC) is requiring new buildings to be ready for EV charging.
This Implementation Plan is a roadmap for the national transition to low lead plumbing products through NCC 2022.
This document is intended to clearly set out our commitment to building and retaining the
long-term confidence and trust of the people and organisations who have an interest in
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This strategic plan will see the Board delivering significant reform to the NCC to reflect the emerging needs of society such as energy efficiency, accessible housing, and exploring changes to impr
This template must be used when submitting a proposal to change the NCC. This template is compatible with Windows Word 2007 or later, and Word for Mac 2011.
This corrigendum provides a correction to the preview draft of NCC 2022 Volume One.
This corrigendum changes expiry dates contained in NCC 2019 and NCC 2019 Amendment 1 relevant to some NCC referenced documents.
The 2020-2023 Business Plan is a reflection of the ABCB's commitment to implementing the regulatory reform agenda agreed by Governments.
This report summarises the process and outputs developed in response to the Building Confidence Report.
This table lists the work streams and projects of the Building Confidence Report Implementation Team.
As part of the ABCB’s commitment to delivering an NCC that is user-friendly and modern, important changes are being implemented for the 2022 edition of the code.
The Lead in Plumbing Products final Decision RIS recommends in favour of Option 2, that all copper alloy plumbing products in contact with drinking water comply with NSF/ANSI/CAN 372 ‘Drinking Wate
The Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB) operates under an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) between the nine Governments and is updated from time to time.
This discussion paper provides a draft Guide on evidence of experience for building surveyor registration, and seeks feedback on how the guide can be improved to ensure each element of the proposed
This infographic has been developed to prepare stakeholders for the changes coming to the NCC 2022 Public Comment Draft process.
The 2020-21 Business Plan is a reflection of the ABCB's commitment to implementing the regulatory reform agenda agreed by Governments.
This flowchart demonstrates the WaterMark Administrative Framework