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The Building Practitioners Board

The Building Practitioners Board (the Board) is an integral part of the Licensed Building Practitioners (LBP) scheme.

The Board is independent of the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment though the Ministry supports its role and functions.

Board members are appointed by the Governor-General on the recommendation of the Minister for Building and Construction.

The Board has 8 members with a mix of skills. These include industry expertise in design, construction and inspection services, law, dispute resolution and mediation skills.

Although some Board members belong to industry groups, they act independently in their role as Board members. Board membership is reviewed as members’ terms expire.
 

What we do

The Building Practitioners Board (the Board) oversees the Licensed Building Practitioners (LBP) scheme.

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Who we are

The Board has 8 members with a mix of skills. These include industry expertise in design, construction and inspection services, law, dispute resolution and mediation skills.

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The LBP rules

The Licensed Building Practitioners Rules 2007 (the Rules) are central to the LBP scheme.

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Annual reports

A summary of the last 12 months of the Building Practitioners Board.

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The legislation

The Building Practitioners Board hears complaints and appeals under the Building Act 2004, including Regulations under this Act.

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Last updated 14 March 2014

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