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What to do if your building is earthquake-prone or potentially earthquake-prone, and information about earthquake resilience in the home.
Earthquake-prone buildings have a higher chance of causing damage or injury in an earthquake. The Building Act requires owners of earthquake-prone bui...
The Council offers a range of support options for building owners who are managing potentially earthquake-prone or earthquake-prone buildings.
If you’re notified that your building is potentially earthquake-prone you’ll need to provide to the Council information confirming whether your buildi...
If your building is confirmed to be earthquake-prone you’ll need to carry out seismic work to your building within a specified time frame.
We have a number of ongoing projects to manage our own earthquake-prone buildings and monitor building earthquake resilience in the region.
Single residential homes are not part of the earthquake-prone building legislation, but find out what you can do to strengthen your home and keep your...