Member Resources 2021-01-25T01:03:40+00:00

Insurance

Our Insurance Partner, Builtin Insurance will provide a no-obligation quote for all your insurance needs. Download their brochure here. 

Or arrange for a quote through the link below:

Terms & Conditions

And we have commissioned these Terms & Conditions you may use, for both Residential and Commercial construction contracts:

NZCCA – Terms & Conditions – Commercial       NZCCA – Terms & Conditions – Residential

The Terms & Conditions should be used along with these Sample Quotation forms you may use in your business:

NZCCA – Model quotation – Commercial              NZCCA – Model quotation – Residential

(These T’s & C’s have been professionally prepared for the exclusive use of our members, but we remind our members that the NZCCA accepts no liability nor responsibility for any information provided)

NZCCA Logo

Click on this link to download the NZCCA logo

(Right click the logo below to save it to your computer)

Consumer Protection Measures

Consumer Protection Measures, as part of the Contract Amendments Act, were passed into NZ law on 1st January 2015.  For contracts of over $30,000 (including GST) mandatory written contracts are required and you need to familiarise yourself with these new regulations. Here we provide our members with some links to vital information regarding this:

MBIE Building or Renovating ‘Do Your Homework’ booklet – Contractors

MBIE Building or Renovating ‘Do Your Homework’ booklet – Residential

MBIE Building Act Prescribed Disclosure

MBIE Building Act Prescribed Checklist

Building Disputes Tribunal

 

Construction Contract Amendment Bill

Important changes came into effect from 1 December 2015:

Further changes come into effect from 1 September 2016 (the Act will apply to design, engineering and quantity surveying work), and from 31 March 2017 (retention money withheld under commercial construction contracts must be held on trust).

It is important that the industry understands and applies the changes, which enhance the way the Act will:

  • ensure a fair, balanced and appropriate payment regime
  • provide a fast and cost-effective adjudication process for people with disputes
  • provide enforcement mechanisms to recover any unmade payments
  • protect retention money withheld under commercial construction contracts

Read more about how the Act operates with the 1 December 2015 changes on the Ministry of Business Innovation & Employment (MBIE) – Building and Construction website

 

Changes to the Licenced Building Practitioners Skill Maintenance Scheme

The new Skills Maintenance scheme came into effect on the 2 November 2015 – check out these links to find out more

LBP – 2015 Skills Maintenance – Growing Your Skills

LBP – 2015 – Skills Maintenance – Guidance for LBPs

Maintaining Records

LBP Site