CIBC5005. Construction for Small Buildings. New Zealand

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Topic: District Plans and Town PlanningLevel 415 creditsNew Zealand Diploma in Architectural TechnologyConstruction for Small BuildingsCIBC5005Level 515 CreditsStudents will gain an understanding of the Resource Management Act and how that effectsTown Planning and the use of a District Plan within the Resource Consent process.
IntroductionLIM /PIM / LBPLand Information MemorandumProject Information MemorandumLicensed Building PractitionersThe ResourceManagement Actcontrols what webuild and wherewe build it. TheBuilding Actcontrols how webuild it.TATerritorial AuthoritiesWho are theyWhat are their responsibilitiesDistrict Plans & Town PlanningRMA / BAGISAn overview of theResource Management ActBuilding ActGeographical Information SystemDistrict PlanManagement of our CityResourcesRCResource ConsentWhat is itWhen is it required
Learning Outcome:Students will be able to demonstrate their knowledge of thistopic by:a.Being able to provide an overview of the ResourceManagement Act.b.Explaining the role of a District Plan in the BuildingConsent process for residential dwellings.c.Describing the Land Use Consent application process,requirements of territorial authorities and commonterminology associated with the Land Use Consentprocessd.Explaining the implications of a district plan on apotential building developmentDistrict Plans & Town PlanningLearning Objectives
District Plans & Town PlanningLearning Objectives
TheBuilding Act 2004is relatively simple.Compliance documents and referenced standards.TheResource Management Act 1991is very complexMany rules and regulations within the Act itself.Building Act 2004controlsconstructionResource ManagementAct 1991controlswhat we buildwhere we build thestructuresDistrict Plans & Town PlanningIntroduction
RMA1991BuildingAct 2004LAWMinistry of EnvironmentRegional CouncilTADOCControlsConstructionControlsWhat & WhereAdministeredBySet of Rules toComply with RMARegional PlanDistrict PlanResourceConsentsLand UseSubdivisionCoastalWater PermitDischarge PermitPermittedControlledRestricted DiscretionaryDiscretionaryNon-complyingProhibitedNotifiedNon-notifiedNuts & BoltsDistrict Plans & Town PlanningIntroduction
Review NZBCMonitor BCATo Comply with NZBCAcceptable SolutionNZS – NZS3604Verification Method(Alternative Solution)BRANZOther Legislations forBuilding OwnersReviewDistrict Plans & Town PlanningBuilding ActBuilding Act2004Sets out the LawSets outPerformanceStandardsBuilding Act1991Fencing Act 1978Fencing & Swimming Pools 1987Historic Places Act 1993RMA 1991BuildingRegulations2004Governs Building IndustryStandardsLicensing & AccreditationMonitoringMBIENZBCBCAAll Buildings inNZ must complywith NZBC
Controls the use and development of NewZealand’s natural and physical resources.Other legislative ActsThe Crown Minerals Act 1991The Hazardous Substances and NewOrganisms Act 1996The Fisheries Act 1996The Forests Act 1949The Maritime Transport Act 1994, controls themarine pollution from ships and offshorestructuresThe RMA does not, therefore, provide a fullyintegrated resource management regime.District Plans & Town PlanningResource Management Act (RMA)
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