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The Andrews Labor Government will pursue dodgy building practitioners on behalf of owners of apartments covered in combustible cladding.
... Up For Combustible Cladding ... In Victoria 21 October ...
Terms matched: 2  -  21 Oct 2019
Victoria will work with the states, territories and the Commonwealth to raise building standards across Australia, following concerns stemming fro...
... 600 million combustible cladding ... from flammable cladding and ...
Terms matched: 2  -  24 Jul 2019
Australia’s fragmented approach to regulatory enforcement and compliance with building regulations requires a renewed commitment to national actio...
... buildings with combustible cladding ... introducing strict cladding - ...
Terms matched: 2  -  23 Jul 2019
Combustible cladding now requires full-scale testing or Building Commissioner approval The McGowan Government has introduced building regulations...
... use of combustible cladding ... October 2018 Combustible cladding ...
Terms matched: 2  -  24 Oct 2018
Victoria is pushing for an Australia-wide approach to deal with an impasse in professional indemnity insurance (PII) facing the building industry,...
... as the combustible cladding ... Approach To Cladding Insurance ...
Terms matched: 2  -  29 Aug 2018
The Property Council of Australia is considering the comprehensive report by the Senate Committee into Non-Conforming Building Products (NCBPs) an...
... that are combustible that ... , PE cladding has ...
Terms matched: 2  -  13 Sep 2017
New Zealand is less exposed to the risks of fire as a result of combustible claddings on high-rise buildings due to these products being restricte...
... result of combustible claddings ... | More Cladding rule ...
Terms matched: 2  -  30 Jun 2017
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