The decorating of a room in Australia’s capital city is being considered after a number of residents complained about the noise and the smell.
The Australian Building and Construction Commission (ABCC) has been asked to conduct a survey to look into complaints about noise and air pollution.
The commission is considering whether there should be a ceiling decoration on the upper level of an existing building, with or without the use of a ventilation system, ABC Radio Perth reports.
The Commission’s chief executive officer, Tony McPherson, told ABC Radio the commission was still looking at the issue and is expected to make a decision in the next few weeks.
“The air quality issue is one of those where the commission has not looked at this, so we’ll be looking at that, the noise is another one of these,” Mr McPhersons said.
“We’ll be doing that in a very short period of time, but at this stage there are some things that are under consideration.”
The ABC has contacted the Department of Planning and the Australian Building Industry Association for comment.
The ABC understands a study of the ceiling decoration could take up to three years.