Building Enforcement - Inspections, Directions, Notices and Orders - Know your Statutory Processes| VIC Only Webinar

Zoom Webinar

About this Event Tuesday 11 June 

Have you ever issued a Building Notice and been advised that it is non-enforceable and were required to start the process

Have you issued Building Directions that were referred to the VBA and were concerned that your directions do not comply?

Are you a private building surveyor or inspector in need of a refresher on writing and serving building directions, notices or orders?  

Are you a Council building surveyor or operate in the enforcement area that would like a refresher on the statutory processes when issuing and serving notices or orders under Part 8 of the Act?

AIBS has gathered key legal technical experts to detail your statutory processes under the Building Act for drafting, issuing and serving building directions, notices and orders under Part 8 of the Act.  

Topics to be covered 

  • Building Directions
  • Building Notice 
  • Building Order – General 
  • Building Order to Stop Building Work
  • Building Order – Minor Work
  • Emergency Order 

How to serve building enforcement notices and directions and importantly who to direct them to, is an important part of the building enforcement process.  This training session will detail your statutory requirements under the Building Act for issuing and serving building directions, notices, orders and will detail the enforcement process under Part 8 of the Act.

Whether you are new to the industry or are a seasoned building surveyor or inspector, this training event has been designed to suit your needs.

The format of this webinar event will provide for a short Q&A discussion.  So, no matter if you are in the private sector or working for local government, this is a Webinar you will not want to miss.

Held via  Zoom Webinar
Registration    via AIBS online process
Time   12:00pm - 2:00pm AEST
Date  Tuesday 11 June 2024
CPD  2 Type B
Registration Closes   Midday Wednesday 5 June unless it reaches capacity prior 


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About the Speakers

Daniel Silfo, Principal, Russell Kennedy Lawyers

Daniel has over a decade of experience in providing legal services to Local Government. Daniel has acted for over 50 municipalities, both suburban and rural and specialises in all matters to do with Local Government prosecutions and enforcement. Daniel has extensive experience in conducting prosecutions throughout Victoria and has obtained great results for clients for breaches primarily in relation to building matters in addition to planning and environment, public health, food, parking, domestic animals and local laws. Daniel also provides advice and training to Local Government on these areas.

Daniel regularly appears in the Magistrates’ Court, County Court (appeals), VCAT and the Building Appeals Board and is a regular attendee and speaker at the Victorian Municipal Building Surveyors Group (VMBSG) meetings and annual conference.

Elizabeth Flanagan, Senior Associate, Russell Kennedy Lawyers

Elizabeth specialises in Building Appeals Board matters and Local Government prosecutions with experience in building regulation and statutory building control, providing advice to Local Councils on the Building Act and the Building Regulations.  Elizabeth regularly appears in the Magistrates’ Courts, the Building Appeals Board, VCAT and County Court (appeals). She provides training for building surveyors and building inspectors relating to the Building Act, evidence gathering and prosecutions. 

Elizabeth also regularly presents at the Victorian Municipal Building Surveyors Group (VMBSG) meetings and is particularly interested in Building Act amendments and reforms

11 June 2024
12:00pm - 2:00pm AEST
Zoom Webinar 
2 type B CPD points



Membership Type  Price (all prices inclusive of GST) 
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 Student  $115
 Non-Member $264


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11/06/2024 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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