We started out back in 2012 as a group of Facilities Managers, lawyers, compliance consultants and service providers practicing in the residential strata space, joining forces to volunteer our time to come up with an easier way to navigate the 100+ Acts, Regulations and Australian Standards imposing duties on us for regulatory compliance around the maintenance of common property. Nowhere in Australia was there one reliable resource for all the information we needed to know to maintain the common property of a residential or mixed-use scheme, in simple, relevant language.
We are pleased to confirm it is ‘business as usual’ at the ABMA, with the exception of incorporating COVID-19 safety procedures into our working day.
If you are experiencing difficulty contacting us on our 1800 123 262 number, please accept our apologies. Our landline is temporarily down due to OPTUS difficulties and we are working hard to get this remedied. In the meantime, please email via email@example.com with your query and we will answer within 24-48 business hours. For urgent matters, please don’t hesitate to call Lynda Kypriadakis on (m) 0400 900 469.
Take care of yourself and your loved ones.
ABMA Building Compliance Accreditation Agency Limited (the ‘ABMA’) is a not-for-profit community support organisation incorporated to provide a platform for information, advice and self-assessment around regulatory compliance standards for the maintenance, repairs and care of common property in Australia.
Our efforts in lobbying Governments for more support around the structural integrity of scheme buildings includes recommendations for the Facilities Management Plan to be supplied by the Developer to all new schemes, and Defect Assessment Reviews to happen on every new building. We are also campaigning for a Compliance Schedule to accompany each occupancy permit, so all building owners know precisely what regulatory compliance obligations they hold from the first day of the newly registered scheme.
The ABMA and its network of specialist thought leaders will continue to campaign for supportive legislative reform, enforcement of existing legislation and Government support to building owners around compliance and structural integrity for the full life of the building.