New materials proposed to be incorporated by reference
Pursuant to section 409(2) of the Building Act 2004, I give notice that the following materials are proposed to be incorporated by reference into the Acceptable Solution D2/AS3:
- NZS 4223: Part 3:1999 Glazing in Buildings Part 3 - Human impact safety requirements.
Proposed replacement of material incorporated by reference
Pursuant to sections 406(c)(ii) and 409(2) of the Building Act 2004, I give notice that the material previously incorporated by reference into the Acceptable Solutions, as set out in Column 1 below, is proposed to be replaced by
the material in Column 2 below:
Column 1 Column 2
Acceptable Solution E2/AS3
CCANZ CP 01:2011
Code of Practice for Weathertight Concrete and Concrete Masonry Construction CCANZ CP 01:2014
Code of Practice for Weathertight Concrete and Concrete Masonry Construction
Acceptable Solution E2/AS1
AS/NZS 2904: 1995
and flashings AS/NZS 2904: 1995
and flashings, A1
Purchase and viewing of materials proposed to be incorporated by reference
NZS 4223: Part 3:1999 and AS/NZS 2904: 1995 A1 may
be purchased directly from Standards New Zealand, Level 6, 8 Gilmer Terrace, Wellington, or online at
CCANZ CP 01:2014 may be downloaded from the Cement and Concrete Association of New Zealand website at
Materials proposed to be incorporated by reference are available for inspection free of charge at the Ministry's Wellington office, Level 1, 33 Bowen Street, Wellington, between the hours of 8.30am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday.
I invite comment on the proposals contained in this notice by 31 January 2014.
Comments can be made in the following ways:
- By email to
with "D2 and E2 reference material" in the subject
- by courier or post to
D2 and E2 reference material, Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, Level 1, 33 Bowen Street, Wellington. Postal Address: PO Box 5488, Lambton Quay, Wellington 6145 (Attention: Nick Locke).
Dated at Wellington this 16th day of January 2014.
CRAIG HILL, Acting General Manager, Building System Performance, Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.