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BPB Appeal No. A1002

Appeal - Licenced Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – Design 2- 20 October 2008- 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – Appellant met Competencies 1 and 2 – marginally met Competency 3 – understanding and application of required standards were not adequate – did not meet Competency 4 – local authorities accepting designer’s documents as adequate for the purposes of a building consent is not a sufficient demonstration of a Competency – Registrar’s decision Confirmed – Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1003

Appeal - Licenced Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 4 December 2008 – Design 2A- 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence 2 – Appellant met requirements for Competencies 1,2,3, and 5 of the Design 2 licence – Appellants drawings did not communicate design requirements well and contained a number of errors – he had no appreciation of the limits of his competence – Appellant did not meet Competency 4 – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1004

Appeal - Licenced Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 4 December 2008 - Design 3 - 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – Design involves a range of processes – architectural drawings not essential although it is one indicator of Competency – designer may produce sketches or other documents for a draftsperson to work from – Competency in alterations and remediation are considered equal with Competency in the design of new buildings – evidence of category 3 work does not have to be an established record of work - Appellant demonstrated his capability of working at the level expected of a Design 3 LBP - although he had not presented a record of specific projects for Category 3 buildings – Registrar’s decision Reversed – Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1005

Appeal - Licenced Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 17 December 2008 – Design 2 - 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – Appellant had not met standards for Competency 1 required by the Design 1 or 2 licence – had not met Competency 5 required by the Design 2 licence - knowledge of the regulatory environment lower than the level that is expected – did not demonstrate adequate knowledge on Construction Contracts Act 2002 – Appellant had no appreciation of the limits of his Competency – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1001

Appeal - Licenced Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – Design 1 – 10 June 2008– S330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence - insufficient knowledge and minimal understanding in several areas – Appellant did not meet Competency 1 – met Competency 2 and 3 – could not consistently apply design standards – relied too heavily on local authorities – insufficient experience and preparation – did not meet Competency 4 - Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1007

Appeal - Licenced Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 4 February 2007– Carpentry – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence - reconsider application for Carpentry – Appellant met Competency 1 and 2 – indicator 3.1 met through current work as an official with the Building consent Authority – indicator 3.2 demonstrated through example of work submitted – example was not a major project – testimonial referred to his leadership skills – met Competency 3 – not essential applicant be currently working at his/her trade to be regarded as a requirement for current competence – achieved National Certificate in Carpentry in 2003 – had above average marks in practical work – met Competency 4 – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1009

Appeal - Licenced Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 21 February 2011 – Design AOP 3 – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence - Appellant’s documents are not independently verified – insufficient evidence to confirm if Appellant s representing himself as an architect – a practitioner cannot be "partly qualified" – Appellant does not hold any formal qualifications – subject to verification of documents Appellant could meet Competency requirements of Design/AOP 2, but not AOP 3 – Board directs registrar to reassess application subject to verification

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BPB Appeal No. A1010

Appeal - Licenced Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 21 March 2011 – Design/AOP 3 – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence - reconsider application - Appellant’s documents are not independently verified – submitted drawings demonstrate a competent standard of draftsmanship – they do not demonstrate involvement in design – no evidence provided confirming experience with design of Category 3 buildings – Competencies not met – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1014

Appeal - Licenced Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 31 May 2011 – Carpentry - Site AOP 1 – S330(1)(B) appeal against suspension of licensing – Appellant failed to respond to Registrar until after license was suspended – Registrar has met the requirements of Rules 17(1) and 17(2) and carried out his mandatory obligation under the act – Board and Registrar do not have jurisdiction to waive fees – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1017

Appeal - Licenced Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 18 July 2011 – Design AOP 2 –330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – concerns about drafting clarity and level of information in drawings – technical information provided was in proportion with the complexity – specific problem areas and junctions had been detailed to an acceptable standard – building had gained CCC and has been put into use – Appellant has understanding of the changes in technical requirements - Board recommends that the Appellant seeks further professional development in contract and compliance documentation - found that sufficient Competency 4 performance indicators were met in respect of category 2 design work – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1018

Appeal - Licenced Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 25 July 2012 – Carpentry - Site AOP 1 – S330(1)(a) reconsider application for Carpentry licence – Board not constrained by assessors past experience guideline horizon period of 5 years – Appellant established Competency in carpentry in the past – this Competency is directly applicable to his involvement in the industry now – Appellant has relevant knowledge and experience – in current building technology and supervision of others – met Competency 1,2 and 3 – meets Competency standards to both physically undertake carpentry work and to supervise it as defined in the act – Competency 4 is met - Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1022

Appeal - Licenced Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 12 August 2011 – Carpentry – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for Carpentry licence – Appellant is a competent all round handyman – he did not exhibit the level required for a Carpentry licence in the areas of: - current building and trade practices – the ability to undertake any planning or scheduling for carpentry work in terms of the Regulatory processes – and the necessary level and knowledge of general carpentry work required of a practitioner for this license class – Registrar’s decision Confirmed – Appellant is encouraged to take some form of training and independent quality assessment - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1025

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 2 September 2011 – Carpentry – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for Carpentry license – Assessor found Appellant had not met Carpentry license requirements – Appellant involved in sufficient degree of complexity for Competency 2 – possessed knowledge to answer questions posed by the board – references supported his Competency – evidence given by Appellant outweighs unfavorable given by referee 2 – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1031

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 28 October 2011 – Carpentry – Site AOP 2 – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for Carpentry license – met all Competencies for Carpentry license – met Competency 1, 2 and 5 for Site AOP 2 - had not demonstrated that he was able to implement a site safety plan on category 1, 2 and/or 3 buildings - had not demonstrated that he had not been responsible for establishing a building site and managing its ongoing operations on sufficient category 2 and/or 3 buildings – has not met Competency 3 - had not demonstrated that he was able to supervise personnel at the worksite on sufficient category 2 and/or 3 buildings – has not met Competency 4 – Carpentry licence granted – Declines Site AOP 2 license

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BPB Appeal No. A1033

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 17 November 2011 - Design AOP 2 – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence - met Competencies 1,2 and 3 – failed to demonstrate he met sufficient performance indicators for Competency 4 - Appellant may be capable of meeting the Competencies of Design AOP 2 at a future date – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1035

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 30 January 2012 - Carpentry - 330(1)(a) reconsider application for Carpentry license – as a Project Manager the Appellant supervises construction managers and demonstrates how the work is to be carried out – has worked "on the tools" in the last 15 months – worked "on the tools" overseas – has extensive history of construction work in NZ and overseas – Appellants actions fell short of what was expected of an LBP in respect of being familiar with the requirements in the Building Act – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1038

Appeal - Licenced Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 28 February 2012 – Design AOP 2 -330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competencies 1,3 and 4 for Design AOP 2 – AOP 2 has three additional performance indicators compared with AOP 1 – Appellant did not demonstrate he had adequate knowledge of processes of construction observation and contract administration – did not meet performance indicator 2.2.5 – did not demonstrate that he substantially met the requirements of performance indicators 2.2.3, 2.2.4 and 2.2.5 - has not met Competency 2 – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1042

Appeal - Licenced Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 6 March 2012 – Design 2 - 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competencies 1 and 3 – performance indicators 2.2.3, 2.2.4 and 2.2.5 are the differentiators between AOP 1 and AOP 2 – The Appellant has clear limitation in relation to 2.2.4 – he had considerable strength in many other areas of the design process – on the balance of probabilities the Appellant met Competency 2 - strongly recommend to the Appellant that he undertake some professional development in terms of 2.2.3 - indicators for Competency 4 were identical for AOP 1 and AOP 2, except for the category of building – met Competency 4 because of his experience with category 2 buildings – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1044

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 12 March 2012 - Carpentry - 330(1)(a) reconsider application for Carpentry license – met Competencies 1, 2 and 3 – failed to provide validated evidence to demonstrate his recent experience – through the responses to his questions from the Board, the Appellant demonstrated that he met all performance indicators for Competency 4 – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1047

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 27 March 2012 – Design AOP 1 –330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competencies 3 and 4 – sufficient evidence to meet Competency 2 – Appellant’s two new projects established that he was able to liaise with clients – establish designs briefs – engage with his clients and prepare preliminary designs – Appellant met minimum requirements for the production of construction drawings and documentation – some areas of working drawings identified a need for the appellant to continue to work on the professional development – Registrar’s decision Reversed- Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1048

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 28 March 2012 - Design AOP 2 – 330(1)(a)reconsider application for licence– met Competency 1 – lacks experience in contract administration – limited knowledge about performance indicators 2.2.3 and 2.2.5 – did not meet performance indicator 3.2.6 – there was strong evidence provided in support of all other performance indicators for Competency 3 – met all performance indicators for Competency 4 except 4.2.6 – sufficient evidence to demonstrate that he met sufficient performance indicators to meet Competencies 2,3 and 4 – Registrar’s decision Reversed – Licence issued - Appellant encouraged to expand Competencies

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BPB Appeal No. A1050

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 3 April 2012 – Design AOP 1 – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence– Competency 2 not met – sketch designs for a project failed to show performance indicators for Competency 3 had been met - Appellant’s documentation did not communicate to its users in a coherent and understandable way, uncompromised by uncertainty ambiguity error or the absence of necessary information – Competency 4 not met – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1052

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 2 May 2012 – Carpentry – 330(1)(a)reconsider application for licence– no further information provided by the Appellant persuaded the Board that he can meet Competencies 2 and 4 – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1054

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 8 May 2012 - Design AOP 2 – 330(1)(a)reconsider application for licence– Appellant met Competency 1 – has experience in taking primary or direct responsibility for category 2 projects or for carrying out specific design – lack of awareness of the issues facing Design AOP 2 practitioners to meet Competencies 2 and 4 – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1056

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 17 May 2012 – Design AOP 2 – 330(1)(a)reconsider application for licence– met Competencies 2, 3 and 4 – has clear limitations in his knowledge of the regulatory performance indicators – Appellant has no clear avenue of professional support - Appellant took efforts to up skill – Competency 1 met – Registrar’s decision Reversed

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BPB Appeal No. A1059

Appeal – LBP – Building Act 2004 – Design AOP 3 – 6 June 2012 - 330(1)(a)reconsider application for licence– focussed on issues that differentiated AOP 2 from AOP 3 – the Appellant took responsibility for and was capable of carrying out the tasks required by the Competencies – considered recent example of documentation carried out by the Appellant – concluded that required skills were demonstrated, repeatable and current – considered the arrangement between the Appellant and the technical staff - evidence established that the Appellant had and could undertake contract administration and site observation to the required performance levels – lacked peer support and review – met Competencies 1,2,3 and 4 - Registrar’s decision Reversed – Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1060

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 11 June 2012 – Design AOP 2 – 330(1)(a)reconsider application for licence– Appellant met Competencies’ 1,2 and 3 – Appellants appeal submission did not include examples of his drawings or other documentation – Board unable to verify that the required Competencies had been met – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1061

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 11 June 2012 – Design AOP 2 – 330(1)(a)reconsider application for licence- Competency is not necessarily dependent upon - or demonstrated by work on projects which might be related to Category 2 rather than Category 1 - A LBP seeking a Design AOP 2 licence must be able to demonstrate his/her Competency to work on the broad range of projects and tasks encompassed by Category 2 buildings – submitted evidence of work carried out on Category 2 buildings did not reflect the degree of difficulty or complexity necessary to demonstrate the Competencies required by an AOP 2 licence – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1062

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 14 June 2012 – Design AOP 2 – 330(1)(a)reconsider application for licence– met Competency 1 - paid particular attention to 2.2.3, 2.2.4 and 2.2.5 noting that the Appellant demonstrated a high level of knowledge and experience in some but a negligible amount in others - Overall, the Board considered that the Appellant had demonstrated sufficient - Appellant should consider upskilling in some areas especially the Construction Contracts Act – met Competency 3 and 4 - Registrar’s decision Reversed – Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1063

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 2 July 2012 - Carpentry – 330(1)(a)reconsider application for licence– met Competencies 1 and 3 - Appellant had undertaken building work on a range of different projects between the years 2008 through to 2012 - This involved multiple unit developments, commercial projects and single residential renovations - The Board was satisfied that the Appellant provided evidence to demonstrate that he met sufficient performance indicators of Competencies 2 and 4 for the Carpentry licence – Registrar’s decision Reversed – Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1065

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 25 June 2012 - Carpentry – 330(1)(a)reconsider application for licence– Met Competency 3 – Board found that Appellant was an honest and hardworking man with strong craft skills - Had strong support from both his wife and his son and that they worked commendably well as a team - relying upon his 35 years experience, as a sole practitioner - Failed to demonstrate sufficient current knowledge of the regulatory environment - Failed to demonstrate that he had sought and maintained knowledge of current building and trade practice or methods – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1066

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 25 July 2012 - Design AOP 1 – 330(1)(a)reconsider application for licence– met Competencies 1 and 2 - the Appellant provided evidence to demonstrate that they met sufficient performance indicators to be considered to meet the requirements of Competencies 3 and 4 – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1067

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 29 June 2012 - Carpentry - Site AOP 3 – 330(1)(a)reconsider application for licence - the Appellant has failed to demonstrate Competencies 3 and 4 of the Carpentry Licence - site observation in the role of a Designer does not meet the specific performance indicators of the Site Licence - the Appellant has failed to demonstrate Competencies 3, 4 and 5 of the Site AOP 3 - the Appellant has failed to demonstrate that he has met a sufficient of AOP 2 performance indicators in Competencies 3, 4 and 5 - encourages the Appellant to update his record of work experience to assist in demonstrating current Competency and assist him in any future application – Registrar’s decision Confirmed – Licence’s denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1068

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 25 June 2012 - Design AOP 2 - 330(1)(a)reconsider application for licence– Met Competencies 1,2 and 3 - The Board considered that on the basis of the new documentation provided that the Appellant demonstrated sufficient of the performance indicators for Competency 4 - sufficient performance indicators within Competency 4 are demonstrated by the three projects – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1070

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 6 July 2012 – Design AOP 2 - 330(1)(a)reconsider application for licence- Appellant failed to provide evidence to demonstrate that he met sufficient performance indicators to meet the requirements of Competencies 1, 2, 3 or 4 in respect of either the Design AOP 1 or the Design AOP 2 licence – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1071

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 - 5 July 2012 – Design AOP 1 - 330(1)(a)reconsider application for licence– sufficiently met performance indicators 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4, 3.1.5 and 3.1.6 – met Competency 3 – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1072

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 - 5 July 2012 – Carpentry - Site AOP 1 – 330(1)(a)reconsider application for licence– met Competency 1 and 3 for Carpentry licence - failed to provide sufficient evidence to demonstrate that he met sufficient performance indicators to be considered to meet the requirements of Competencies 2 and 4 for a Carpentry Licence – met Competency 1 for Site AOP 1 and AOP 2 – new evidence put forward by the Appellant requires a more detailed assessment – Registrar required to arrange for a reassessment of the Appellant’s application against the requirements of Site AOP 1 – Carpentry Licence declined

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BPB Appeal No. A1074

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 9 July 2012 – Design AOP 1 - 330(1)(a)reconsider application for licence- Appellant had updated the drawings and specifications submitted to support his appeal application to correct issues raised by the assessor in his original application interview and to bring the documents up to date with current requirements - appellant could not adequately explain the design process and the construction drawings and documentation - Appellant did not meet sufficient performance indicators to be considered to have met the requirements of Competencies 1, 2, 3 or 4 – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1079

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 - 25 July 2012 – Carpentry - Site AOP 3 – 330(1)(a)reconsider application for licence– met Competency 1 for both Carpentry and Site AOP 1 licences - the nature of the Appellant’s business is such that the Appellant has continued to perform carpentry and supervision work - demonstrated that he met sufficient of the performance indicators whilst building the warehouses – there is sufficient evidence to demonstrate that he met sufficient performance indicators to be considered to meet the requirements of Competencies 2, 3 and 4 for a Carpentry licence - met Competencies 2, 3, 4 and 5 for Site AOP 1 Licence – Registrar’s decision Reversed – Licence’s issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1080

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 18 July 2012 – Carpentry - Design AOP 1 - 330(1)(a)reconsider application for licence- the Appellant met Competency 1 for the Carpentry licence - evidence submitted by the Appellant and his response to the Board’s questions showed that he met sufficient of the performance indicators to demonstrate Competency in Competencies 2, 3 and 4 for a Carpentry License - met Competency 1 and 4 for the Design AOP 2 licence - in light of new evidence submitted the Registrar will complete a reassessment of the Appellant’s application against the requirements of the Design Licence –Registrar’s Carpentry decision Reversed – Design Appeal reassessed

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BPB Appeal No. A1081

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 24 July 2012 – Carpentry - Site AOP 1 – 330(1)(a)reconsider application for licence– met Competencies 1 and 3 for Carpentry licence - failed to demonstrate that he has sufficient experience within the building industry to meet the threshold criteria of the Competencies for him to be granted his Carpentry Licence - the Appellant failed to provide evidence to demonstrate that he met sufficient performance indicators to be considered to meet the requirements of Competencies 2, 3 and 5 for a Site AOP 1 Licence – Registrar’s decision Confirmed – Licence’s denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1083

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 26 July 2012 – Carpentry – 330(1)(a)reconsider application for licence– met Competency 1 - demonstrated a sound knowledge of all round carpentry skill - an awareness of his limits of competence - a willingness to seek advice where necessary and how all this fitted in with his planned future building activities - met sufficient of the performance indicators to demonstrate competence in Competencies 2, 3 and 4 – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1084

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 6 August 2012 – External Plastering AOP 1 (Solid Plastering) – 330(1)(a)reconsider application for licence– met Competencies’ 1 and 3 - the Appellant had significant experience in rendering onto solid surfaces, and considered whether he had demonstrated Competency in stucco work - the Appellant undertook a broad range of plastering work - responses by the Appellant to questions from the Board indicated that he had a thorough and detailed knowledge of the practical and theoretical aspects of the stucco method of construction, and of interior and exterior solid plastering – met Competencies 2 and 4 for an External Plastering AOP 1: Solid Plastering – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1085

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 28 August 2012 – Design AOP 1 - 330(1)(a)reconsider application for licence– met Competencies 2,3 and 4 - Appellant’s responses indicated insufficient understanding of the regulatory environment of the building construction industry - he was uncertain about legislation and compliance requirement – does not meet Competency 1 – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1087

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 16 August 2012 – Carpentry – 330(1)(a)reconsider application for licence– met Competency 3 - conflicts between the Appellant’s submission and his responses to their questions raised doubt as to the weight that could be given to his submission - Appellant did not meet the Competency requirements for a Carpentry Licence – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1092

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 28 August 2012 – Carpentry – 330(1)(a)reconsider application for licence- intended use of the licence is not relevant in deciding whether or not a person meets the Competencies - Appellant relies on the building inspector to update him with changes in the industry - That is not a responsibility for Territorial Authorities inspectors and the onus is on the Appellant to ensure that he remains current with relevant legislation - Appellant provided sufficient evidence in responding to the Board’s questioning to demonstrate that he met sufficient Competencies for a Carpentry licence – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1093

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 31 August 2012 – External Plastering AOP – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competencies 1 and 3 - Appellant failed to demonstrate sufficient current knowledge of the building regulatory environment in relation to NZS4251 Solid Plastering - the evidence provided did not demonstrate that the work complied with NZS4251 Solid Plastering - lack of evidence regarding applying plaster to windows, doors, control joints and corners regarding weathertightness - Appellant did not meet the Competency requirements for a External Plastering Solid Plastering AOP – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1095

Appeal – LBP - Building Act 2004 – 31 August 2012 - Design AOP 2 - 330(1)(a)reconsider application for licence– met Competency 1, 2, and 3 - not apparent that he was involved in ongoing contract observation - The Appellant made it clear that he was not involved in contract administration - depth of knowledge in respect of occupancy requirements was insufficient - not satisfied that the documentation of environmental and social impacts met the relevant performance indicator - had not met key performance indicators that differentiate AOP 1 from AOP 2 - Design 2 licence not be granted – photos and testimonials from owners were given regarding building work - no plans and specifications of the work were provided - Registrar to reconsider whether Appellant sufficiently meets the performance indicators 4.1.4 and 4.1.7

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BPB Appeal No. A1100

Appeal - LBP– Building Act 2004 – 11 December 2012 – Carpentry - Site AOP 1 - 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – Appellant didn’t have any relevant qualifications - had not completed an apprenticeship - had limited experience in the industry both in terms of duration and scope of building work - lack of knowledge of the requirements of E2/AS1 – did not meet Competencies 2, 3 and 4 for a Carpentry licence - Appellant did not demonstrate adequate technical knowledge of construction - lack of knowledge and experience of health and safety requirements in the construction sector and lack of any safety management procedures - did not meet Competencies 2, 3, 4 and 5 for a Site AOP 1 licence – Registrar’s decision Confirmed – Licence’s denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1101

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 17 September 2012 – Design AOP 2 - 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence - met Competency 1 - Appellants design work experience consisted solely of working for himself and was not continuous over the last 10 years – the Appellant’s lack of peer contact and/or professional associations has limited his opportunity to develop an understanding of the quality and detail of information required - design work submitted did not include any specifications - the Board prefers verifiable evidence - Appellant did not meet the Competencies requirements for a Design AOP 1 or 2 Licence – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1102

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 - 17 September 2012 – Design AOP 2 - 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – demonstrates that the Appellant has met sufficient of the performance indicators for the Design AOP 2 Competencies 1, 2 and 4- Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1104

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 19 September 2012 – Carpentry – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competency 1 - the Appellant had since 2004 being involved mainly in specialist concrete and formwork - that this work requires many of the skills required by the performance indicators for the Competencies of a carpentry license – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1107

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 - 26 September 2012 – Bricklaying and Blocklaying AOP 2: Structural Masonry – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competency 1 and 3 – Appellant’s range of structural masonry work was too limited - A number of the projects presented to the Board appeared to contain structural elements that required specific engineering - The Appellant appeared to be reliant on the standard solutions provided in the New Zealand Concrete Masonry Manual for his design information – did not meet Competency 2 and 4 – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1110

Appeal – LBP – Building Act 2004 – 2 October 2012 - External Plastering AOP 1: Solid Plastering and AOP 2: Proprietary Plaster Cladding Systems (PPCS) – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence - appellants and witnesses have made it clear that stucco work is now only rarely done except in order to match existing work in additions and alterations – appellant has long history of carrying out stucco plastering work including recent relatively small areas – met Competency 4 for External Plastering AOP 1: Solid Plastering - Appellant did not provide any evidence in relation to Competency in EIFS or fibre cement sheet plaster cladding systems – Appellant did not meet Competency requirements for External Plastering AOP 2: PPCS - External Plastering AOP 1 issued - External Plastering AOP 2 declined

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BPB Appeal No. A1112

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 9 October 2012 – External Plastering AOP 1: Solid Plastering – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competency 1 and 3 - the Appellant provided sufficient evidence to demonstrate that he met sufficient performance indicators to be considered to meet the requirements of Competencies 2 and 4 for an External Plastering Licence AOP 1 – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1113

Appeal - LBP – Building Act 2004 – Carpentry – 12 February 2013 - 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competency 1 - submitted evidence of having completed his Carpentry and Joinery Apprenticeship - the Appellant’s initial response to questioning was often short and brief - a degree of encouragement and prompting along with specific reference to work examples was required to enable the Appellant to provide sufficient depth in his responses - some concern with the Appellant’s responses to questioning on his Health and Safety and Quality Assurance practice – Appellant had recent work experience in kitchen additions and alterations- had prior experience in additions and alterations work – Met Competencies 2,3 and 4 – Registrars’ decision reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1114

Appeal - LBP – Building Act 2004 – Design AOP 2 - 15 October 2012 - 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence - With the exception of 2.2.4 the Board was satisfied that the Appellant had sufficiently demonstrated competence across the performance indicators – did not meet Competency 4 - the specialist designer is unable to obtain a licence until demonstrating Competency across the whole range of work for the category of that building - the circumstances of this appeal required further consideration of the public policy objectives and whether they would be met - An AOP 1 licence would not remove the opportunity for the Appellant to undertake some Category 2 work as long as it was within his competence to do so - Registrar to issue a Design Area of Practice 1 Licence

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BPB Appeal No. A1118

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 24 October 2012 - Design AOP 2 - 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competency 1 and 4 - Appellant failed to provide evidence to demonstrate that he met sufficient performance indicators to be considered to meet the requirements of Competencies 2 and 3 for a Design AOP 2 Licence – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1121

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 7 November 2012 – Carpentry – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competency 1 - lacked knowledge of current NZ building and trade practice and therefore found he did not provide evidence of meeting Competency 2 - None of the work described was verified or sufficient evidence for the Appellant to meet Competency 4 - did not meet the Competencies requirements for a Carpentry Licence – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1124

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 19 November 2012 - Carpentry - Site AOP 2 – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence - Appellant provided evidence to demonstrate that he met sufficient performance indicators to satisfy the requirements of Competencies 2, 3 and 4 for a Carpentry Licence - failed to provide evidence to demonstrate that he met sufficient performance indicators to be considered to meet the requirements of Competencies 2, 3, 4 and 5 for a Site AOP 2 Licence – Registrar’s Carpentry decision Reversed – Registrar’s Site AOP 2 decision upheld

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BPB Appeal No. A1127

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 22 November 2012 - Carpentry – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competency 1 - the Appellant explained that he had completed a joinery apprenticeship and subsequently worked as a joiner building stairs, windows, kitchens and doors - He later transitioned across to installation of joinery on site, and building work - that the Appellant understood the extent of his Competency and sought technical information as necessary - met Competency 2,3 and 4 – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1128

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 26 November 2012 – Carpentry – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competency 1 - the Appellant provided adequate verified evidence to demonstrate that he met sufficient performance indicators to be considered to meet the requirements of Competencies 2, 3 and 4 for a Carpentry Licence - many of the examples of large scale building work cited by the Appellant were older than 5 years - the Appellant had provided sufficient recent examples, albeit of smaller scale, to demonstrate current Competency – met Competencies 2,3 and 4 – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1130

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 4 December 2012 – Carpentry – Site AOP 3 – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competency 1,2 and 3 - Appellant provided sufficient evidence to demonstrate that he met sufficient performance indicators to be considered to meet the requirements of Competency 4 for the grant of a Carpentry Licence - The Appellant provided sufficient evidence to demonstrate that he met sufficient performance indicators to be considered to meet the requirements of Competencies 2, 3, 4 and 5 for the grant of a Site licence in area of practice 3 – Registrar’s decision Reversed – Licence’s issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1131

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 4 December 2012 – Carpentry – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competencies’ 1 and 3 - the Appellant has a broad experience and depth of knowledge in the building industry – met Competencies’ 2 and 4 – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1135

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 12 December 2012 – Carpentry - Site AOP 1 – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence - the appellant has building experience covering forty years excepting a three year [break redacted] 2006 to 2009 - the Appellant drew upon his extensive experience when describing the work he had done and answering Board member’s specific questions – met Competencies 1,2,3 and 4 for a Carpentry licence – met Competencies 1,2,3 , 4 and 5 for Site AOP 1 - Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1139

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 8 January 2013 – Carpentry - Bricklaying and Blocklaying – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence - Did not meet Competency requirements for a Carpentry Licence – met Competencies 1 and 3 for the Bricklaying and Blocklaying Licence – did not meet Competency 2 and 4 for the Bricklaying and Blocklaying Licence – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1143

Appeal - LBP – Building Act 2004 – 17 January 2013 - Design AOP 2 - 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence - Performance indicator 1.1.4 not adequately demonstrated - Appellant needs to improve both his knowledge and use of adequate conditions of engagement in order to provide the necessary protection for both clients and designer - Whilst the Appellant’s drawings had proven adequate for a Building Consent and for construction of complex buildings, the drafting standards were not as would reasonably be required of a designer now - and the extent of detailing and specification was inadequate to establish a sound contract for construction by others – However this was offset as the Appellant was able to identify all the details necessary in a complex project and the Appellant’s in-depth construction knowledge and experience in building contracts - Competencies met – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1144

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 23 January 2013 - Design AOP 2 - 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence - Met Competency 1 - The Board has in previous appeals considered the difference between AOP 1 and AOP 2, and the consideration required in respect of performance indicators 2.2.3, 2.2.4, 2.2.5, 3.2.4 and 4.2.6 - the Appellant indicated an awareness of the principles and concepts involved in procurement, observation, and contract administration - did not have sufficient depth of understanding in respect of these particular performance indicators – did not meet Competencies 2, 3 and 4 – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1147

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 25 January 2013 – Carpentry – Site AOP 1 – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competency 1,2 and 3 - the Appellant was able to demonstrate that he undertook a wider range of residential construction than simple proprietary buildings – met Competency 4 for Carpentry licence – met Competencies 1,2,3 and 4 for Site AOP 1 - the Appellant’s work involved the organisation and delivery of projects including the lodging of resource and building consent application, programming and coordination of sub-contractors through to obtaining the code compliance certificate – Registrar’s decision Reversed – Licence’s issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1148

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 28 January 2013 - Carpentry – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence - Met Competency 1 - the Appellant has had considerable experience as an aircraft tradesperson dealing with some highly technical issues – although many of these skills are transferable to the building industry, the Appellant has failed to demonstrate that he has sufficient experience within the building industry to meet the threshold criteria of the Competencies for him to be granted his Carpentry Licence – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1149

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 - 29 January 2013 – Carpentry – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence - the Appellant did not attend the hearing - the Board did not have the opportunity to question him on his experience – did not meet Competency requirements for Carpentry – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1151

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 4 February 2013 – Foundation AOP 1 and 2 – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competency requirements for Foundation AOP 1 - Appellant has not provided sufficient evidence of knowledge or experience working on timber framed sub floor construction – did not meet Competency requirements for Foundation AOP 2 – AOP 1 Registrar’s decision Reversed – AOP 2 Registrar’s decision Confirmed

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BPB Appeal No. A1152

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 4 February 2013 – Carpentry – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competency 1 and 2 - Appellant provided sufficient evidence to demonstrate that he met sufficient performance indicators to be considered to meet the requirements of Competencies 3 and 4 for a Carpentry Licence – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1154

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 13 February 2013 - Carpentry – Site AOP 2 or AOP 1 – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competency 1 - the projects that he has submitted clearly demonstrated that he has the requisite skills and experience to be granted this licence – met Competency 2,3 and 4 for a Carpentry licence – met Competency 1 of Site AOP 1 – failed to provide evidence to demonstrate he met Competencies 3 and 4 for Site AOP 2 – Carpentry Registrar’s decision Reversed – Site AOP 2 Registrar’s decision Confirmed – Site AOP 1 Registrar’s decision Reversed

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BPB Appeal No. A1159

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 14 February 2013 - Carpentry – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competency 1 - Appellant did not attend the hearing - the Board did not have the opportunity to question him on his knowledge and experience, nor to verify the information provided – failed to provide sufficient evidence to meet Competency 2,3 and 4 – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1160

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 14 February 2013 - Carpentry - Site AOP 2 – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competency 1,2, and 4 – provided sufficient evidence to demonstrate he had met Competency 4 for a Carpentry licence – AOP1 and AOP 2 are based on on-site coordination – Appellant has been involved in this role as a Carpenter – his subsequent qualification and current employment is as an off-site coordinator and project manager – Appellant lacks depth and experience in site management at AOP 2 level – had not met Competencies for Site AOP 2 – Carpentry Registrar’s decision Reversed – Registrar’s Site AOP 2 decision upheld

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BPB Appeal No. A1163

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 15 February 2013 – Carpentry – Site AOP 1 – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence - Appellant has extensive experience and knowledge in a specialist area of exterior cladding - His work is mainly in commercial construction with limited residential recladding work - only recent experience beyond this was work on his own house where he assisted a full time carpenter on the site – failed to meet Competencies 2 and 4 for a Carpentry licence –no sufficient evidence of supervisory experience in a diverse range of construction activities – did not meet Competencies 2,3,4 and 5 for a Site AOP 1 Licence – Registrar’s Carpentry decision Reversed – Registrar’s Site AOP 1 decision upheld

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BPB Appeal No. A1167

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 25 February 2013 - Carpentry – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competencies 1 and 3 - the Board questioned the Appellant in detail on the performance indicators in Competencies 2 and 4 and was satisfied that he demonstrated both in depth knowledge and experience - projects submitted involved large and complex houses - the Appellant had carried out a wide variety of carpentry and allied trade work on them – met Competencies 2 and 4 – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1169

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 19 February 2013 – Carpentry - Site AOP 2 – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence - Appellant has significant experience in most aspects of the building industry - he had not kept up with recent changes in building technology, legislation and regulations - Appellant failed to provide evidence to demonstrate that he met the requirements of Competencies 1 and 2 for a Carpentry Licence - failed to provide evidence to demonstrate that he met the requirements of Competencies 1, 2 and 5 for a Site AOP 1 or 2 Licence – Registrar’s decision Confirmed – Licence’s denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1175

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 14 March 2013 - Carpentry – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence - much of the work undertaken by the Appellant is not Restricted Building Work requiring a licence - a familiarity with relevant technical information is fundamental to meeting the Competencies required for a Carpentry Licence - Appellant places undue reliance on building inspectors, and was unable to demonstrate that he knew of or referred to commonly used technical literature including NZS3604 and E2/AS1 - the Appellant did not meet the Competency requirements for a Carpentry Licence – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1179

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 18 April 2013 - External Plastering AOP 2: Proprietary Plaster Cladding Systems – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence - met Competencies’ 1 and 3 - the Appellant demonstrated a suitable knowledge of plastering techniques and related weathertightness principles - met sufficient performance indicators in External Plastering AOP 2: PPCS Competencies 2 and 4 – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1180

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 18 April 2013 - Design AOP 2 - 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence - insufficient evidence that the Appellant had demonstrated the specific issues that distinguished AOP 1 from AOP 2 - for Competencies, 2, 3 and 4 the Board considers the Appellant did not provide sufficient evidence in respect of category 2 buildings - Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1181

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 23 April 2013 - Carpentry – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competency 1 - Appellant provided sufficient evidence to demonstrate that he met sufficient performance indicators to be considered to meet the requirements of Competencies 2, 3 and 4 for a Carpentry Licence – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1186

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 22 May 2013 - Carpentry – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competency 1 - the Appellant recognised the extent of his Competencies and the need to work within it - the Appellant provided sufficient evidence to demonstrate that he met sufficient performance indicators to be considered to meet the requirements of Competencies 2, 3 and 4 for a Carpentry Licence – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1190

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 9 September 2013 - Carpentry – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competency 1 - the Appellant provided evidence to demonstrate that he met sufficient performance indicators to satisfy the requirements of Competencies 2, 3, and 4 for a Carpentry Licence – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1192

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 12 September 2013 - Carpentry – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competency 1 - the Appellant’s experience related to current building technology and compliance documents - the Appellant’s earlier experience, coupled with his work experience in related areas outside the construction industry, were helpful in assessing his current Competency - met Competencies 2,3 and 4 – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1194

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 26 September 2013 - Carpentry – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competency 1 - the Appellant’s experience related to current building technology and compliance documents - the Appellant’s earlier experience was helpful in assessing his current competence – met Competencies 2,3 and 4 – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1197

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 4 October 2013 - Design AOP 2 - 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competency 2 and 4 - the Appellant provided evidence to demonstrate that he met sufficient performance indicators to satisfy the requirements of Competencies 1 and 4 for a Design AOP 2 Licence – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1199

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 15 October 2013 – External Plastering - 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competency 1,2 and 3 - The Registrar’s decision was partly formed as a result of the assessor’s report which was framed around the plastering of strawbale buildings by the Appellant - the Board concluded that the demonstrated skills and knowledge were directly applicable to the Plastering AOP 1 and AOP 2 Competencies - met requirements for Competency 4 – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1200

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 16 October 2013 - Carpentry – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competency 1 and 2 - , the Appellant’s earlier experience, coupled with his work experience in related areas outside the construction industry, were helpful in assessing his current competence – met Competencies 3 and 4 – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1201

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 19 February 2014 - Carpentry – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competencies 1, 2 and 3 - the Appellant failed to provide evidence to demonstrate that he met sufficient performance indicators to satisfy the requirements of Competency 4 for a Carpentry Licence – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1202

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 23 October 2014 - Carpentry – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Comeptency 1 - the Appellant provided evidence to demonstrate that he met sufficient performance indicators to satisfy the requirements of Competencies 2, 3, and 4 for a Carpentry Licence – Registrar’s decision Confirmed - Licence denied

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BPB Appeal No. A1206

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 17 March 2014 – Carpentry – Site AOP 1 – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – new evidence regarding the 2011 project presented at the hearing - sufficient performance indicators to satisfy the requirements of Competencies 2, 3, and 4 for a Carpentry Licence and Competencies 2, 3, 4, and 5 for a Site AOP 1 Licence – Registrar’s decision Reversed – Licence’s issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1208

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 14 November 2014- Carpentry – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competency 2 and 3 - the Appellant’s work on residential additions, alterations and conservatories sufficiently demonstrated current competence - the Appellant’s experience related to current building technology and compliance documents - the Appellant’s earlier experience, coupled with his work experience in related areas outside the construction industry, were helpful in assessing his current competence – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1214

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 18 December 2014- Carpentry – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence – met Competency 1 – the Appellant’s earlier experience, coupled with his work experience in related areas outside the construction industry, were helpful in assessing his current competence – met Competencies 2,3 and 4 – Registrar’s decision Reversed - Licence issued

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BPB Appeal No. A1216

Appeal - Licensed Building Practitioner – Building Act 2004 – 31 March 2014- Carpentry – 330(1)(a) reconsider application for licence - Appellant’s experience related to current building technology and compliance documents - the Appellant’s earlier experience, coupled with his [location redacted] qualifications and work experience within the construction industry, were helpful in assessing his current competence – met Competencies 2, 3, and 4 – Registrar’s decision Reversed – Licence issued

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Last updated 11 May 2015