A BASIX or Building Sustainability Index certificate is required when submitting a development application in NSW for a new residence or for any alteration and addition, of $50,000 or more to an existing structure.
What is BASIX and How do I get a BASIX certificate?
BASIX is a NSW government initiative to make all residential dwelling types energy and water efficient.
A BASIX certificate is obtained, if the proposed development meets the prescribed targets relating to water consumption, greenhouse gas emissions and thermal performance. Design elements that may help achieve the prescribed targets include onsite detention tanks, rain water tanks, natural lighting, ventilation and others.
Why use Neilly Davies for BASIX Assessment and Certification?
Our architects and environmental engineers can manage all aspects of sustainability assessment and documentation required to ensure your home meets the prescribed targets for BASIX certification.
With over 30 years experience in environmental assessment, the advice of our experts can save you time and money by eliminating any costly changes or delays caused by non-compliant plans.
For more information on BASIX certification and assessment for your residential project, call Neilly Davies now on 1300 730 340.