Cladding registration FAQs
Frequently asked questions (FAQs) 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.