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					                                            Part 4 Section 4.8 Residential Construction Works




Termite Risk Management Checklist for Residential Buildings


Complying Development Certificate No. (if applicable):


Local Development Application No. (if applicable):


Premises situated at:


Applicant’s Name:


Type of Building Work:



Are any ‘primary building elements’ in the proposed building           Yes          No
susceptible to termite attack? If yes, a termite protection
system is required to be implemented. The ‘Applicant’s
Details’ are to be completed.



TERMITE PROTECTION SYSTEMS

The following types of termite protection systems are the most common forms of
termite barriers. If other methods are proposed, please specify.
Note: More than one system may be required.

Under Building Treatment: (Indicate with tick(s))

Monolithic Slab (20Mpa, fully vibrated & cured)
Full Stainless Steel Mesh
Full Graded Stone
Chemical Soil Barrier – Reticulation System
Chemical Soil Barrier – Non-replenishable
Termite Shielding for Suspended Floors
Other system (specify): _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
____




Penrith Development Control Plan 2006
Adopted 21 August 2006
In Force 15 December 2006                                                           Page 44
                                            Part 4 Section 4.8 Residential Construction Works


Penetrations/Control Joint Protection Method:

Stainless Steel Mesh
Graded Stone
Other system (specify): _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
____


Building Perimeter Treatment:

Slab Edge Exposure (75mm smooth faced slab exposure
for visual inspection)
Stainless Steel Mesh
Graded Stone
Chemical Soil Barrier – Reticulation System
Chemical Soil Barrier
Termite Shielding for Suspended Floors
Other system (specify): _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
____


Is the proposed termite barrier systems approved or                    Yes          No
suitable for use in accordance with Part 1.2 of the Building
Code of Australia?
Has the owner of the building been made aware of the type,             Yes          No
durability and maintenance requirements of the termite
protection systems?



Notes.
1. All methods of protection used for the proposed building must be certified after
   installation of the system.
2. A durable notice is to be permanently fixed to the building in a prominent location
   relating to the methods of protection used, the date of installation, the life
   expectancy of a chemical barrier (where used), and the need to maintain the
   termite protection system on a regular basis. This is required prior to occupation
   or use of the building.




Penrith Development Control Plan 2006
Adopted 21 August 2006
In Force 15 December 2006                                                           Page 45
                                                       Part 4 Section 4.8 Residential Construction Works




APPLICANT’S DETAILS




Name:                 -------------------------------------------------------------


Address:              -------------------------------------------------------------
                      -------------------------------------------------------------


Signature:            ------------------------------


Date:                 ------------------------------




Penrith Development Control Plan 2006
Adopted 21 August 2006
In Force 15 December 2006                                                                      Page 46

				
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