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What is the BCA..?

What is the BCA?

All building work must comply with the requirements of the Building Code of Australia (BCA). The BCA is part of the National Construction Code (NCC) series published by the Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB). The NCC is an initiative of the Council of Australian Governments developed to incorporate all on-site construction requirements into a single code.
The NCC is Australia’s primary set of technical design and construction provisions for buildings. As a performance-based code, it sets the minimum required level for the safety, health, amenity, accessibility and sustainability of certain buildings. It primarily applies to the design and construction of new buildings and plumbing and drainage systems in new and existing buildings.
When determining the content of the NCC, the ABCB seeks to ensure it:
Has a rigorously tested rational; effectively and proportionally addresses applicable issues; creates benefits to society that outweigh costs; considers non-regulatory alternatives; considers the competitive effects of regulation; is not unnecessarily restrictive.
Building Council of Australia
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