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NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment
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On 26 March 2019, the Department issued a fire safety order to the owners of the building at 14 – 22 Stuart Street, Tweed Heads to remove all identified external wall panels on the building consisting of aluminium composite panels (ACP). ACP is combustible and poses a fire safety risk. The ACP on the subject site is in various locations on both the southern and northern towers. The owner is required to replace the ACP with a non-combustible product and provide an inspection report issued by an accredited certifier, certifying that the replacement panels and method of installation comply with the Building Code of Australia. The owner is also required to develop and implement interim fire safety measures to reduce the fire safety risks associated with the cladding until the rectification work is complete.

Page last updated: 29/04/2019