Cladding registration FAQs
Certain buildings with combustible cladding need to be registered in NSW. Read the frequently asked questions for councils, apartment and building owners.
Building classes under the Building Code
The regulation applies to:
Apartment buildings two storeys or higher.
Other accommodation buildings where people sleep, two storeys or higher.
- hotels, motels
- boarding houses
- residential parts of schools
- accommodation buildings for children, the elderly or people with a disability.
Buildings two storeys or higher that are:
Aged-care buildings, health-care buildings, hospitals, and day surgeries. Public assembly buildings where people gather for social, theatrical, political, religious or civil purposes.
- childcare centres
- sporting facilities
- night clubs
- public transport buildings.
* Class 9 includes any 'Class 4' part which is a dwelling in any Class 9 building.
The regulation does not apply to:
Houses and non-habitable buildings or structures.
Offices, shops, factories, warehouses, carparks, commercial buildings.
Note: these buildings may be included later.