Last edited 13 Apr 2021

Ready for occupation

The Rules, Energy for Offices, Version 1.0 November 2020, published by the State of NSW and Department of Planning, Industry and Environment, Australia, defines ready for occupation as:

A space within the NIA (Net Internal Area) of a building when a person or organisation:

a) is entitled to exclusive use of the space (e.g., through ownership or a lease or other agreement); and

b) requires normal Base Building services, such as access, air conditioning, lighting and power to be provided to the space.

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