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VBA Heavily Criticized by 60 Minutes as Families Left Homeless After New Homes Found to be Uninhabitable
Victorian Building Authority Inspectors Complete Hundreds of Audits by iPhone Despite Safety Concerns
VBA Response to Recent Media Enquiries
The Victorian Building Authority (VBA) was recently approached by media outlets to provide comment on a range of matters. The response the VBA provided can be found below.
In 2020, the VBA undertook a disciplinary action process in respect to the work of Obaid Naqebullah as the building practitioner responsible for the construction of 81 sole occupancy units in Dixon Street, Clayton, for which his company, Shangri-La Construction Pty Ltd was the contractor. The builder had placed combustible cladding on the external wall and had used non-compliant materials for internal separations which were required to be fire rated.
Judge Approves £150 Million Settlement of Grenfell Compensation Claims
Kingspan, Celotex and Arconic Settle Civil Claims with 900 People Affected by Grenfell Fire
NSW Government Issue Project Remediate Pattern Book
The Pattern Book is a resource to help consultants replace combustible cladding. It includes technical design drawings
Meet the Barrister that Assisted Judge Woodward in the Claim in Relation to the Fire Caused by Combustible Cladding at the Lacrosse Tower
Grenfell Part 2 Report Delayed Until Next Year | Construction News
“Severe Consequences” Face Cladding Companies Who Refuse to Pay for Remediation
Fairview Publish eBook on Non-Combustible Cladding
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Australian NATA Testing Laboratory Offers Cladding Identification and Testing Services (to determine Combustibility Risk Profile)
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