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Submissions Close 02 September 2019
Council at its meeting of 9 July 2019, resolved to place the Draft External Combustible Cladding Policy on public exhibition for a period of 28 days.
The purpose of the draft External Combustible Cladding policy is to develop an inspection program to identify all relevant buildings, specify the criteria which will be considered when determining an appropriate course of action and develop an appropriate safety benchmark which must be achieved where rectification works are required.
The draft External Combustible Cladding policy has been developed to ensure a consistent, reasonable and transparent approach is adopted when assessing buildings with external combustible cladding.
LOCATION OF EXHIBITION:
Copies of The Hills Shire Council’s External Combustible Cladding policy is available to view on this page as well as at the following locations:
Enquiries: Craig Woods
Telephone: 02 9843 0292
23 July 2019
02 September 2019