Textual process of How the building consent 20 working day statutory clock works
How the building consent 20 working day statutory clock works:
- Once your building consent application is received, it is imported into AlphaOne.
- The 20 working day statutory clock starts at this point.
- An S45 check vetting is completed to check all information required with your application has been provided.
- If the building consent complies, and the vetting is completed then the statutory clock continues counting.
- If there is information missing, a request for further information will be sent, which stops the clock and resets it back to zero days.
- Once all information in the RFI has been supplied the clock restarts.
- If information is still found to be missing, another request for further information may be requested. This will again stop the clock and reset it to zero.
- After all information is confirmed as being supplied, vetting is completed.
- The building consent will then commence processing.
- If during processing there is insufficient information to make a decision on compliance, a request for further information will be requested.
- The clock pauses on this day and will not recommence until all requested information has been supplied.
- If following processing of the additional information further information is still required, another request for further information may be sent, with the statutory clock paused again until all information is supplied. This process may continue until all information needed to make a decision that building work will comply has been provided.
- Once all information shows compliance will be achieved, the building consent will be issued, and the statutory clock stops.