BCA 2015

The Australian Building Ministers’ Forum agreed in principle to make the 2015 National Construction Code (NCC) and future editions freely available online, significantly contributing to reducing the burden of building regulation.

15 May, 2014

The Australian Building Ministers’ Forum agreed in principle to make the 2015 National Construction Code (NCC) and future editions freely available online, significantly contributing to reducing the burden of building regulation. The decision to eliminate costs associated with purchasing the code will allow it to become more accessible to both small business and the building and plumbing industries encouraging them to remain well-informed of current changes.

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