'Should' here does not state categorically that it will achieve this, and is not synonymous with 'shall'. It implies to me that if the process runs smoothly and fairly when it is implemented, the development meets the criteria for such a rating. However, that does bring up the question of whether their criteria will be similar to or the same as those used in Australia. You could sidestep the issue and a fight by stating that you will be applying for this certification as soon as it is ready and that the development uses the highest international standards, like the Australian ones, which would emphasise the standards as facts without getting into a fight with the GBCSA.
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