Specialising in residential demolition permits and pool deconstruction, BA&A is a proud member of the Demolition & Asbestos Industry Association.
We help South East Queensland's professional deconstruction companies get their demo application approved... first time, on time.
Legislative requirements require the permit be held for 5 business days after lodging the application with Council. The demolition permit is then immediately forwarded to the Applicant so safe and compliant deconstruction can begin (learn more). For demolition work, the approval lapses after 6 months. If the deconstruction is not completed before the lapsing date, an extension of time may be granted.
A full certifiers assessment confirms if additional applications are required. Generally, when no further applications are triggered, requirements include
Site cleared of debris
Asbestos clearance certificate
Online portal - save time
Our high volume demolition clients can take control of their building approvals
Submit application and arrange payment - streamlined service
Check project status
Upload documents directly (certificates, photos)
Quick download of approval and final documents
Get your demolition permit started - its quick and easy via this online form.
Lot and plan details
Or email the above details to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll arrange your quote. If /when you're ready to proceed, we'll need the following documentation:
Owners authority (template can be provided)
Signed engagement agreement and payment
Town Planning approvals (DA)/ site plan (if applicable)
Terms you need to know
RFI: Request for Information, sometimes also called a list of requirements. This document outlines all items required by the certifier to issue an approval.
Asbestos Clearance Certificate: this is a safety compliance document. It states that a thorough inspection was carried out on a building / structure that has undergone asbestos removal. Declares the area safe to be occupied. The inspection must be carried out by a licenced asbestos assessor.
Form 4: this is a document organised by a plumber. It reports the capping or sealing of the sewer.
Form 21: the final certificate issued by the certifier to the applicant and Council - finalises the demolition approval.
Take the info with you
We're committed to simplifying the certification process. Contractors usually come to us for support to follow their legal obligations.
In the industry?
Resources below to keep your clients informed of the demolition certification process.
5 tips for a hassle free demolition permit
Demolition certification - terms to know
First 10 things your certifier checks
Or contact us for a printed version.