Our officers will conduct a second and final inspection after the due date on your Fire Prevention Notice. The inspection is conducted to check that the hazard has been removed.
If the hazard has been removed, the officer will finish their inspection and this will be the end of the matter.
If the hazard has not been removed, Council will engage a contractor to remove the hazard at the cost of the property owner. This is called compulsory clearance.
Costs associated at this stage
If the property passes the second inspection, no fees will be incurred.
If the property fails the second inspection, the matter progresses to the next stage and fees will be incurred.