Consultation RIS: Proposal to include minimum accessibility standards for housing in the NCC

Closes 31 Aug 2020

Consultation Contents

The Consultation RIS: Proposal to include minimum accessibility standards for housing in the National Construction Code (NCC), contains questions that have been included to guide respondents on specific matters where more information may assist the Final RIS.

This consultation is divided into key sections:

  1. Understanding and quantifying the problem
  2. Objectives of intervention and Options
  3. Estimating the cost of the proposal
  4. Estimating the benefits

Each section contains a series of questions that seek your view on information contained within the Consultation RIS. You are also provided an opportunity to explain your response and provide additional information or seperate submission.

Please ensure that you have also completed the 'Information Collection' and 'Personal Information' sections.

Note: Question 36 (within Estimating the benefits) has been amended to allow for submissions/supporting informaton to be published in accordance with your Information Collection preference.

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Once you have submitted your response you are unable to change it.

Questions

Any technical questions regarding the Consultation RIS can be submitted to the email address identified on the 'Overview' page. Otherwise, if your question is in relation to the ABCB's Consultation Hub, please submit an enquiry.

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