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Time extensions, new exemptions and lodgements for Class 2 work

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Time extensions, new exemptions and lodgements for Class 2 work

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The NSW Government has amended the Design and Building Practitioners Regulation. Changes include extended transitional timeframes, exclusions for certain fit-out works, and building practitioner lodgements where an OC is not required.
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24 May
Boosting apprentice numbers must be the key focus of review

“The number of new apprentices entering the building industry will not be sufficient to fill the labour supply gap that will prevent the industry reaching the Housing Accord’s target of building 1.2 million new homes over the next five years,” HIA Executive Director, Future Workforce, Geordan Murray said today.

24 May
Are you interested in doing Government funded building work?

You may be aware that the Federal Government has committed to building 1.2 million homes over the next 5 years. To support this commitment, the Federal Government, through Housing Australia, is funding residential building work.

24 May
Jurisdiction of the Federal Safety Commissioner

Are your interested in tendering for federally funded government building work? Use HIA’s flowchart to help you determine if you are required to comply with the Federal Work Health and Safety accreditation scheme.

23 May
Home building hotspots in North Queensland revealed

“There were five areas in North Queensland that were identified as home building and population hotspots,” stated HIA Executive Director - North Queensland, Peter Fry.

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