Is your building one of the thousands of bodies corporate that contains some form of combustible cladding in Australia? Are you registered on the Queensland Safer Buildings Cladding Register and heading toward the Stage 3b deadline? Are you wondering what to do next? The Building and Other Legislation [Cladding] Amendment Regulation 2018 [Queensland] was introduced…Read More
Planning, organising, and managing a building maintenance project can be stressful and take up valuable time and resources. From organising reliable, qualified, and competent trades to developing a site risk management plan to ensure safe project completion all takes time, effort and skill. Other necessary considerations include knowledge of required building and compliance standards and meeting…Read More
Is Your Embedded Network Better Off Being Supplied Electricity From An Authorised Retailer Or a Billing Agent?
Communities with embedded networks in Queensland have two choices when it comes to engaging a utility provider to manage their energy supply. They can either be an “exempt seller” themselves and engage a billing agent to manage the sale of energy and other services, or they can appoint an authorised retailer instead. Until recently, there…Read More
Visitor parking or parking on common property is an issue that can be regulated by a body corporate. The ability of owners and occupiers who live in a community titles scheme (CTS) to park on the common property is subject to the by-laws registered for the scheme. Most parking by-laws prohibit owners and occupiers standing…Read More