Asbestos-containing materials were a vital part of commercial facilities that were built more than 40 years ago. However, once asbestos was declared a carcinogenic compound, the Australian government banned its use as a building material. If the commercial facility you manage falls in the above group, then you should have the asbestos removed for the safety of employees. It does not matter if the material is appropriately secured to prevent asbestos fibres from escaping into the air.
Is your home no longer fit for purpose? Maybe it was damaged in an accident? Perhaps your growing family needs somewhere larger to live, or maybe you simply purchased a rundown property with the intention of using the site for something else? Whatever your plans may be, you will need to remove the existing property before you can create something new. To safely remove the building, whatever state it may be in, you will need to work with demolition contractors.