- The owner builder will need to complete and send an Application for An Occupancy Permit to the Building Surveyor.
- The Building Surveyor will assess if the critical works are completed (including smoke alarms, sanitation, and water supply) before issuing an Occupancy Permit.
- A copy of the permit will be sent to the local council (Permit Authority).
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