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TINY HOME
BUILDING APPROVALS

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Tiny Home Building Approval Specialists

Navigating the legislation for a tiny home can feel totally overwhelming and there seems to be even more red tape as local authorities
update regulations. Our team of QBCC licensed certifiers have the experience and know-how to help.
We make it our mission to simplify complex and get you building quicker.

WHAT YOU WILL NEED TO START THE PROCESS

STEP 1

Send us you plans and any supporting documentation. 

STEP 2

Give us the go ahead and we deal with the government for you. 

STEP 3

Get your approval and start building.

TINY HOME

FROM

$550

Every job is different and we will require your plans to cost accurately. There are additional costs to the basic building certification cost to be included in your budget. Our quote will supply the anticipated fees.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Yes. You also have to comply with the Building Code Australia (BCA) for a dwelling. There are some exemptions for tiny homes with Livable Housing.

Buildable Approvals has special rates for tiny homes to help keep the build costs affordable. Simply send us your plans and we will advise of costs for the building certification and inspections. Once the initial assessment is complete we can advise if further planning applications will be required.

A temporary home of wheels will not require a building approval provided it is being used in a temporary fashion (a caravan for example). To use a tiny home on wheels permanently on your property you will need to check with your local authority who may have restrictions on the length of time it can be there without being moved. In addition it may not be possible to have services such as plumbing to this temporary structure. This article may provide more information.

STILL HAVE A QUESTION

We believe in creating positive change both in the construction industry and the world that surrounds it. Why?

We believe in creating positive change both in the construction industry and the world that surrounds it. Why?