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Earthquake-prone buildings have a higher chance of causing damage or injury in an earthquake. The Building Act requires owners of earthquake-prone buildings to do strengthening work within a determined time frame.
Details for earthquake-prone buildings are entered into a national register.
From identifying earthquake-prone buildings through to making sure they’re strengthened.
How a building is identified as a priority building, and what this means for the earthquake-prone building process.
The different types of earthquake-prone building notices, what they look like, and what they mean.
Guidance for displaying a notice and how this applies to different types of buildings.