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Demolishers completely or partly dismantle buildings and other structures using pre-planned and controlled methods. Their work often combines the structural demolition of load-bearing elements with the stripping of internal fixtures and fittings, services and non-load-bearing elements.
There are three classes of Demolisher in which you can apply to register:
- Demolisher (Low rise)
- Demolisher (Medium rise)
- Demolisher (Unlimited).
Do you have the skills, knowledge and experience to apply for registration as a building practitioner in demolition work? To learn more, read our guide to registration: What is demolition work?.
Start your application
Forms should be saved to your computer. Open them in Acrobat Reader, type in the requested details (do not handwrite; it will take longer for us to process) and then print and sign. There's a checklist on the first page listing what is needed and outlining the application process.
Experience statements and technical referee reports
You must complete and submit both an Experience statement and a Technical referee report for every category you seek to be registered in.
Demolisher (Low rise)
- Experience Statement – Demolisher (Low Rise) (PDF, 747.71 KB)
- Technical Referee Report – Demolisher (Low Rise) (PDF, 629.06 KB)
Demolisher (Medium rise)
- Experience Statement – Demolisher (Medium Rise) (PDF, 663.07 KB)
- Technical Referee Report – Demolisher (Medium Rise) (PDF, 633.65 KB)
- Experience Statement – Demolisher (Unlimited) (PDF, 713.9 KB)
- Technical Referee Report – Demolisher (Unlimited) (PDF, 636.55 KB)
If you are in a partnership
Each partner of the partnership applying for registration must complete a separate Partner's Declaration (PDF, 1059.11 KB).