What To Do If Your Building Has a Placard

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What To Do If Your Building Has a Placard

White Placards

  1. Undertake necessary repairs to the building. (Property owners should take photos of damage prior to undertaking work and should contact EQC and Insurance before undertaking repairs.)

Yellow Placards

  1. Undertake necessary repairs to make buildings safe. (Property owners should take photos of damage prior to undertaking work and should contact EQC and Insurance before undertaking repairs.)
  2. Contact Council once the building is made safe.
  3. Council will arrange to undertake a re-inspection.
  4. Placard removed if made safe.

Note: Due to travel logistics, revisits will be timed to cover a number of properties in one trip.

Red Placards

  1. Council has issued Section 124 notices to affected property owners. Section 124 notices mean the building is either dangerous or insanitary. (Property owners should take photos of damage prior to undertaking work and should contact EQC and Insurance before undertaking repairs.)
  2. Property owners to complete either repairs, or demolition work to make safe.
  3. Once works completed, owner is to advise Council.
  4. Council will arrange to undertake a re-inspection.
  5. Placard and notice removed if made safe.