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From 1 July 2017, there is a nationally consistent approach to the assessment and management of earthquake-prone buildings, along with a standardised notice and national public register of earthquake-prone buildings.
Find out more: What does the new earthquake-prone buildings policy mean?
The new Building (Earthquake-prone Buildings) Amendment Act 2016 overwrites the Council’s existing e...
Buildings identified as earthquake-prone by the Wellington City Council.
These notices indicate the building has been assessed as being earthquake-prone under the Council's ...
Strengthening unreinforced masonry (URM) is a priority over the next year as we continue to support ...
Find out what you can do to strengthen your home and keep your family safer in an earthquake.
Find out which professional to talk to about an earthquake-prone building or weathertight issues.
Exoskeletons are one way to strengthen an earthquake-prone building. Below are some of the factors C...
Our role is to ensure the 2004 Building Act requirements and the Council’s Earthquake-prone Buildings Policy are correctly applied, making Wellington more resilient in an earthquake – stronger and safer for all.
We are strengthening our buildings as part of our work programme to make Wellington stronger and saf...
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