Relocatable Buildings Listen If you are interested in relocating a building, you will need to provide us with the following documentation: Site Plan with measurements to boundariesLBP Design memorandum for foundations (only needed for residential relocatable applications)Foundation plan details including subfloor bracing calculations, subfloor ventilationFooting, foundation details *Slab layout, foundation details *Relocatable House Report done by a suitably qualified person [Relocatable House Report template]Plumbing and Drainage detailsDetails of house access ie: stepsCertificate of Title less than 3 months old Note: If you are intending to do building work related to the relocatable building, then this information can be provided with the consent application for processing and included in the approved plans. APPLY FOR BUILDING CONSENT *B1 for Foundations changed in November 2021 The 2021 MBIE changes to B1 were bought in because of the risk of liquefaction and as RDC have no mapped areas in our district for liquefaction we have now changed our requirements around ground bearing and confirming good ground. This will need to be done by the following methods: Importance Level 1 buildings, e.g.; outbuildings, will need testing as per NZ3604 3.3. This will be required at time of Foundation/Slab inspection. All Commercial and Importance Level 2 and up buildings will require a full Geotech report to show ground bearing requirements in accordance with NZS 4404 as per the requirements of NZS 3604 3.1.3(G). The Geotech report will need to be submitted for processing with the Building Consent Application. Any consent applied for without the report will be put on hold till it is submitted.