Welcome to the Commercial Building Disclosure Program
The Commercial Building Disclosure (CBD) Program is a regulatory program that requires energy efficiency information to be provided in most cases when commercial office space of 1000 square metres or more is offered for sale or lease. A quick video overview of the CBD Program can be found here. To find more information on the CBD Program, see 'What is CBD?' Information on how building owners can improve the energy efficiency of their building in preparation for a Building Energy Efficiency Certificate can be found here. If you would like to find out if you require a BEEC use our handy BEEC Guide.
Due to the impact of COVID-19 on travel restrictions and social distancing, the Department has released updated Tenancy Lighting Assessment (TLA) Rules and an associated TLA Ruling to provide flexibility for building owners to meet their obligations under the CBD Program, while allowing building assessors to safely complete their work remotely where needed. Further information to assist those potentially affected by current COVID-19 preventive measures can be found here.
Latest News and Events
- Oct 14
After several months of development, the CBD team is pleased to announce the new CBD website will go live on 19 October 2020.
- Sep 28
Due to the continued impact of COVID-19 on travel restrictions and social distancing, the Department has extended the COVID-19 Tenancy Li
- Aug 28
CBD and NABERS want your feedback!
- Jul 16
Please be advised the CBD Assessor Portal will be shut down from 09:00 am Thursday 16 July 2020 to 09:00 am Monday 20 July 2020 for essen
- Jul 01
Fees for 2020/21 will increase by $9 to $424 per application and will apply to all applications received from 1 July 2020.
Did you know?
- 9,989 Building Energy Efficiency Certificates (BEECs) have been issued over the life of the program
- Over 2,646 buildings have been issued with BEECs
- The area-weighted average NABERS Energy rating increased from 3.63 stars for BEECs issued in 2012 to 4.42 stars in 2019
- The area-weighted average Nominal Lighting Power Density (NLPD) of the lighting in office tenancies is 7.93 W/m²
- There are 138 CBD accredited assessors
These figures were current at the end of 2019
For more information see the statistics page