Cladding Regulation Online Registration System

New laws require building owners to register certain buildings with combustible cladding with the NSW Government.

Cladding on a building

Do I need to register
my building?

View the checklist to know if you need to register your
building.
 

Register your
building

New buildings must be registered within four months of being occupied.
 

An interagency Cladding Taskforce was established to address fire safety risks in relation to external combustible cladding on buildings.
Frequently asked questions for councils, apartment and building owners.
Find out what combustible cladding is and how to identify it.

Why buildings need to be registered

New laws require building owners to register certain buildings with combustible cladding with the NSW Government.

Since July 2017, the NSW Cladding Taskforce has been advancing the identification and inspection of buildings with combustible cladding. Registration on this system adds to the Taskforce’s information on buildings that may have combustible cladding. This helps agencies such as Fire and Rescue NSW to plan and respond in the event of a fire. It also assists councils to decide whether any assessment or rectification actions are necessary.
 

Combustible cladding

Here’s why to register your building.

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