Tag: Non-compliant building products
The News South Wales government is struggling to implement building industry reforms recommended by the Shergold-Weir report over two years ago.
The Victorian government has appointed a six-person panel to review the state’s building regulation, in the face of high profile defects and use of non-compliant materials.
Update on activity to prevent the use of defective building products, in particular for aluminium compositive cladding
Despite widespread support for an urgent ban on flammable cladding, the government says a ban “will not solve the issue.”
In a submission to a Senate inquiry, the Australian Institute of Architects has also pushed for architects to play a larger role in the construction process.
Risk manager Wendy Poulton considers the various investigations into non-conforming building products that have taken place following incidents across Australia.