We have signed a SPASA NSW & ACT pool construction contract and the builder has informed us our understanding of a section of the Construction Period is incorrect. We really need to clarity around this and hoping someone can assist. We refer to page 2 Construction Period "work should commence on site within approximately 4-6 weeks of all necessary building approvals being obtained". We understand this to mean the Pool Builder should be on site 4-6 weeks from when the Pool Builder receives written approvals and stamped plans from our Private Certifier. Are we correct? If we are not correct, when is the Pool Builder obligated to commence work under Australian Consumer Law? The Pool Builder, after many weeks of trying to communicate with them, have advised us they will be on site closer to 8-10 weeks after the above-mentioned approvals were received by them ("but this could be delayed, we don't like to promise anything in writing" after we requested they put it in writing). Thank you sincerely for any comments or opinions.