We regulate Victoria's building and plumbing industries. Find out more about our activities.
The VBA regulates building and plumbing practitioners to ensure the achievement of efficient and competitive building and plumbing industries in Victoria.
In September 2021, the Minister for Planning, Richard Wynne, issued a Statement of Expectations (SoE) to the Victorian Building Authority for the period of 2021-2023.
The Regulatory Policy Statement explains how the Victorian Building Authority delivers on its role within the building and plumbing regulatory system.
VBA employees, consumers and anyone in the building and plumbing industries are encouraged to make disclosures of misconduct if they believe someone is carrying out fraud or corruption.
A board of commissioners is responsible for the governance and strategic management of the VBA.
Our Service Charter sets out the standards of service you can expect to receive in your dealings with the VBA.
Our research program is directed at developing a strong evidence base and improving the functioning of the building and plumbing regulatory system.
BRAC provides advice to the Minister for Planning on draft building regulations and also accredits building products and systems.
The VBA's planned procurement activity for the next 12-18 months, plus other procurement information.
The way public officials respond to offers of gifts, benefits and hospitality is critical to maintaining the trust of those we serve.
The Victorian Building Authority (the VBA) is committed to making information easily accessible to the public. The VBA releases a large amount of information through online and print publishing, social media platforms, information sessions and in-person.
The VBA welcomes complaints and feedback about its policies and procedures, the conduct of its staff, overall service standards and handling of complaints.