Overview What do the Architectural Guidelines regulate and who must comply with them? Architectural and building standards Insurance Application process A homeowner or an occupier must not, except as otherwise provided in these Architectural Guidelines, carry out alterations. In addition to complying with these Architectural Guidelines at all times, a homeowner or an occupier must ensure that all work is undertaken: with the use of only high quality (and where possible, new) materials fit for their purpose in compliance with all laws and regulations by reputable, properly qualified and licensed professional suppliers experienced in undertaking such work in a proper, workmanlike and timely manner promptly and in a manner in which the least inconvenience is caused to other homeowners and occupiers only after all necessary certifications have been obtained (including any engineer's certification and the like) to ensure that they do not impact on the structural integrity of the building or community In undertaking any alterations, a homeowner or occupier must ensure that all debris is regularly removed and the community is left clean and tidy at all times during the period of work and after completion. Any damages to the community common areas will result in a Notice of Violation being issued. The damage will be rectified in line with community standards, and the cost of rectification will be charged to the unit owner. For more information, you may refer to the alterations factsheet by clicking here.