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Building Activity Survey – information for participants

Why are you carrying out this survey?

We carry out this survey to provide a quarterly measure on the value of work put in place on building jobs in New Zealand.

Who takes part in the survey? How did you select me?

We select all residential and non-residential building jobs in the highest building-consent value group, along with all staged consents. Building consents issued by city and district councils (territorial authorities), excluding consents for non-building construction and temporary constructions, may be included in the survey.

You may be selected if your building activity fits the criteria above, and if you are the applicant (eg homeowner, building contractor, or project manager) named on a building consent issued by a city or district council (territorial authorities).

The applicant receives a survey each quarter until the building job is reported as finished.

When do you carry out the survey?

The survey is carried out every quarter.

How can I complete the survey questionnaire?

You can complete the survey questionnaire by filling in an online questionnaire. See 'Available files' on this page for information about completing your online questionnaire.

What do I need to complete the survey online?

Most computers and browsers can be used to complete the survey online. The survey has been tested and optimised for the following internet browsers:

  • Internet Explorer 10 and 11
  • Firefox 47.0 and above
  • Google Chrome v51.0.27 and above
  • Safari 5.1.7 and above.

The minimum security requirement is using an SSL enabled browser capable of 128 bit encryption.

While the survey can be completed using tablets (a screen size of 9 inches or greater would be best), it has not been designed for use with a smartphone or other small devices.

Page updated 26 March 2019

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