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DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS 2008 - REG 6B

6B—Aboveground and inflatable pools

        (1)         Any work or activity involving the construction of an aboveground or inflatable swimming pool which is capable of being filled to a depth exceeding 300 millimetres is prescribed under paragraph (c) of the definition of "building work" in section 4(1) of the Act.

        (2)         However—

            (a)         subregulation (1) does not apply if—

                  (i)         the swimming pool is being placed where, or approximately where, the pool, or another pool capable of being filled to a depth exceeding 300 millimetres, has been previously located within the last 2 years; and

                  (ii)         the placing of the pool, or another pool, at that location (or approximately that location)—

                        (A)         has been previously granted development approval under the Act, other than where any safety features required on account of that approval have been removed; or

                        (B)         occurred before 1 January 2004, other than where the pool that was previously so located did not incorporate a filtration system; and

            (b)         subregulation (1) applies subject to any exclusions from the ambit of the definition of "development" under Schedule 3 or Schedule 3A.

        (3)         In this regulation—

"swimming pool" includes—

            (a)         a paddling pool; and

            (b)         a spa pool (but not a spa bath).



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