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Bella Vista report recommendations released

Posted: 04 August 2020

Tauranga City Council has released all of the systems recommendations in the ‘Colgan Report’, which examined the roles, performance and accountability of staff in relation to the Bella Vista subdivision.

Building inspectors needed – now!

Posted: 30 April 2020

Tauranga City Council is looking to recruit qualified building inspectors to help deal with a backlog of building inspections and share the heavy workload created by the city’s always-busy construction sector.

Building team preparing to resume inspections

Posted: 24 April 2020

Tauranga City Council’s Building Inspection team has developed protocols which will allow staff to resume building inspections when the move to COVID-19 Alert Level 3 takes effect next week. 

Policy Committee adopts updated dangerous buildings policy

Posted: 11 February 2020

Today the Policy Committee adopted an updated Dangerous and Insanitary Buildings Policy reflecting changes to the Building Act.

Building Consent Authority accreditation confirmed

Posted: 27 November 2019

Tauranga City Council’s Building Consent Authority accreditation has been renewed, following a recent combined audit by the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment (MBIE) and International Accreditation NZ (IANZ).

Consultation on draft dangerous buildings policy closes Thursday

Posted: 07 October 2019

You have until Thursday 10 October to have your say on Tauranga City Council’s draft Dangerous and Insanitary Buildings Policy. 

Consultation opens on draft dangerous buildings policy

Posted: 10 September 2019

Public consultation opens today on the draft Dangerous and Insanitary Buildings Policy 2019.

Update: Bella Vista

Posted: 09 August 2019

The employment investigation report by Graeme Colgan about the role of staff in the failure of the Bella Vista subdivision has now been received.

Council approves Draft Dangerous and Insanitary Buildings Policy

Posted: 31 July 2019

Tauranga City Council yesterday approved a draft of the Dangerous and Insanitary Buildings Policy 2019 for public consultation.


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