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Mandatory notifications of building work

Council must be notified at certain stages of building construction. The notification is to be provided by the licenced building work contractor, or where there is no such building work contractor, by the building owner.

Penalties apply for failure to notify council within the specified timeframes - please see further information below.

Please select the relevant works type below to notify council:

Further information

If you are undertaking building work as an ‘owner builder’, you are required to engage a registered building work supervisor who has undertaken the required training. For a list of registered building work supervisors refer to
Registered building work supervisors for roof framing—Government of South Australia.

The registered building work supervisor is to inspect the building work and provide to council a completed copy of the Regulation 74—Supervisors Checklist(PDF, 61KB) .

Notification of building work must be given to council at each stage identified within the approval documentation.  These are generally within 1 business day of the intended commencement and completion of the work and within 1 business day of completion of the roof framing.

Following notification of the completion of roof framing, a person must not conceal any completed roof framing until after the expiration of two (2) clear business days after the notice of completion has been received by council.

The completed Regulation 74—Supervisors Checklist is required to be provided to council within one (1) clear business day after the notice of completion of the roof framing is provided. Notwithstanding this requirement, opportunity is provided for you to attach the checklist at the time of notifying council of the completion of the roof framing.