Yes. All verandahs and carports require a building permit regardless of the cost of the project or whether they are attached or detached from a dwelling.
A pergola is an open, unroofed structure that may have a covering of open weave, permeable material. A building permit is not required to build a pergola provided that it is:
If you are planning on building a pergola with a roof, you must obtain a building permit, the same as with a verandah or carport.
A building permit is not required for a free standing shed providing that;
If the shed is within 1m of the boundary, all the above provisions apply however the shed must not exceed 2.4m in height.
No, providing the work is not in relation to a building on the Heritage Register. The same applies to replacing a bathroom.
Yes. All in-ground (and above ground) pools greater than 300mm in depth require a building permit and complying safety barriers.
Yes, a building permit must be obtained to reblock or restump an existing building.
Yes, a building permit is required to remove a load bearing wall or any part of a building.
Yes, all additions to a building require a permit.
A building permit is required to install walls around a carport or verandah.
Yes, all decks require a building permit.
A building permti will be required for the change of use and any alterations to the shed.
(a habitable room means a room used for normal domestic activities and includes but not limited to- a bedroom, living room, lounge room, music room, television room, kitchen, dining room, sewing room, study, playroom, family room, home theatre, and sunroom)
Yes, you require a permit through the Wyndham City Environmental Health Unit. Further information is available.
This depends on the height, location and purpose of the fence.
For further information about Building Regulations visit the Building Commission website.