The Fair-Trading division of the New South Wales Government’s Department of Finance has established a ban on the use of Combustible Aluminium Cladding in residential and commercial buildings tomorrow, as part of an ongoing effort to prevent the identified risks of rapid vertical spread of fires associated with these products.
Hendry Group, Australia’s leading built-form advisory, was recognised by the Australian Financial Review during their annual awards presentation for Australia’s ‘Most Innovative Companies’ last night, ranking 53rd in the overall list.
Emma Hendry reflects on her experience as part of an Australian delegation to the Australia/UK Leadership Forum in London, a conference which discussed the relationship between our two nations and how we will advance our partnerships post Brexit.
Hendry Group CEO Emma Hendry visited Japan in late May as part of an Australian delegation to the 20th annual ‘International Conference on Smart Cities and Sustainable Development’ hosted by the World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, documenting her thoughts on the conference with Zoe Eather of The Smart City Podcast.
This weekend the Victorian Building Interim Regulations 2017 were repealed. New building regulations have been legislated (Building Regulations 2018) including several changes affecting all Victorian registered ...
Building owners and property professionals will need to be aware that relevant statutory authorities have now accelerated an investigation into Combustible Cladding on advice from the Various State Governance.