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BUILDING ACT 2004 (NO. 11 OF 2004) - SECT 30

External design, siting and building material considerations

    (1)     A certifier must not issue a building approval if carrying out the building work to which the application for the approval relates would result in the contravention of this Act or any other law in force in the ACT because of—

        (a)     the external design or siting of a proposed building or a building as proposed to be altered; or

        (b)     the material used in the building.

Note     See the sustainability guidelines made under s 143.

    (2)     This section does not apply to building work forming part of a development that is not required to be approved under the Land Act, division 6.2.

    (3)     In this section:

"external design", of a building, includes anything affecting the appearance of the exterior of the building.

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