10 August 2011

Mandatory Disclosure of Residential Building Energy, Greenhouse and Water Performance – COAG Consultation Regulation Impact Statement – Ministerial Council on Energy

The Consultation Regulation Impact Statement (RIS) examines whether to introduce mandatory disclosure of building energy, greenhouse and water performance at the point of sale or lease for residential properties. It contains information about the energy, greenhouse and water performance of residential buildings and discusses possible options and impacts.

The Consultation RIS has been assessed as adequate by the Office of Best Practice Regulation.

Submissions are due by 12 September 2011. Further details are available from the Ministerial Council on Energy

 

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2 comments to Mandatory Disclosure of Residential Building Energy, Greenhouse and Water Performance – COAG Consultation Regulation Impact Statement – Ministerial Council on Energy

  • Daniel

    I agree a hundred percent with Sam, this has the ability to do a lot of good for the RIS.

  • Sam

    It is really good to see that The Consultation RIS has came out with some ecological performance that will not only allow customers but also tenants to better evaluate different properties. Thank you for the positive steps out in the RIS.

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