National Construction Code (NCC)

The National Construction Code (NCC) is a set of regulations that govern the design and construction of buildings in Australia. It ensures that buildings are safe, healthy, accessible, and sustainable. The code is regularly updated every three years and covers various aspects of construction, including design, materials, and plumbing. The NCC sets minimum standards that buildings must meet for compliance. Its purpose is to promote consistent and uniform construction practices across the country.

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