Building and Construction Minister Maurice Williamson says the problems with the consents involved paperwork and documentation otter case.
"The buildings themselves are all sound," he said on Thursday.
"We're also doing random checks on 24 consents issued even further back and they're all looking sound as well fr4 pcb."
International Accreditation New Zealand earlier this month stripped the council of its right to issue consents after discovering some of them didn't comply with the Building Code.
Mr Williamson says 17 buildings were identified by IANZ as a concern and they've all been checked label sticker.
The government has appointed a crown manager to take over the council's consents department and it is continuing to issue consents.