News and Events
Recent analysis indicates mandatory disclosure is driving energy efficiency improvements in office buildings.
On the 6th and 10th November, in Melbourne and Sydney respectively, the independent consultant conducting the CBD R
CBD fees for exemptions and assessor accreditations are set to rise in line with CPI to $389 from 1 July 2015.
The bank details have changed for payments for CBD Exemptions and CBD Assessor Accreditation and Re-Accreditation applications.
The fee for applying for an exemption or accreditation as a CBD Assessor will increase by $10 to $375 from 1 July 2014.
Come and hear about the CBD Review and have your say.
The new (Version 2) TLA Rules were finalised and signed off in late November, ready to begin the transition period on 1 December 2013.
The Australian Government, Department of Industry, Innovation and Science has appointed ACIL Allen Consulting to undertake an independent review of the Commercial Building Disclosure (CBD) Program.
The review carried out by Grosvenor Management Consulting is now complete, click here for the review report and the Department’s plans for improvements to the operation of the Program.