Affected properties can be removed from the Register once they meet deregistration requirements.
Applying for deregistration
Following demolition and soil validation, you will need to submit:
- a request for the property to be removed from the Register
- asbestos removal clearance certificates prepared by a licensed asbestos assessor
- a site soil validation report prepared by a licensed asbestos assessor or authorised soil validator
- a Certificate of Completion of Demolition issued by the Construction Occupations Registrar
Send these documents to the Taskforce via email or post.
Once these documents are received, the Taskforce will assess if the requirements have been met. If so, the Taskforce will:
- issue a Deregistration Statement and provide a copy to the Land Titles Office and the Construction Occupations Registrar
- remove the property from the Register (note, it will remain on the List)
The Land Titles Register, the Building File and the Planning and Land Management database are amended to show the property has been removed from the Register. These records are discoverable during a conveyancing search when the remediated block is sold, or during building file searches prior to the approval of any subsequent building work.
- Deregistration information sheet (324.8 KB)
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