Some systems in a building, such as fire sprinklers or automatic doors, need regular maintenance and inspections to ensure they're working correctly. These are called "specified systems". See below for a full list of specified systems.
A Compliance Schedule explains the inspection, maintenance, and reporting procedures that are needed to keep each of your specified systems in good working order.
If you're constructing a new building, or altering a building in a way that affects the specified systems, the Council will issue (or amend) your compliance schedule with your Code Compliance Certificate.
We'll also issue a "Compliance Schedule Statement" which you must display in a public part of the building.
As the owner, you or an agent will need to:
You are required to have a Compliance Schedule and/or Building Warrant of Fitness (BWOF) if your building contains any of the following specified systems.
Note: there is an exception to this requirement if your building contains ONLY those of SS14/1, SS14/2, SS15/1, SS15/2, SS15/3, SS15/4 and/or SS15/5. Please talk with us if you are unsure
If you think you need to make changes to your Compliance Schedule, please complete an Application for Amendment of Compliance Schedule form and forward it to us at email@example.com.
In this situation, you'll need to apply for a Compliance Schedule.