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2. ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, 2.1 CIVIL ENGINEERING, Architecture engineering, Construction engineering
The Building Control (Amendment) Regulations of 2014 has sought to leave the days of self-regulation in the past. However, the opt-out clause has created a two-tiered regulatory structure that questions if the regulations are fit for purpose?
This presentation takes an in depth look at the current regulatory structure and questions if there is a requirement for the introduction of a top-down Local Authority lead approach to Building Regulation Control, similar to that currently utilised throughout the UK and Northern Ireland in respect of all building projects?
Harrington, S. (2019) BC(A)R Compliance - The Colander Effect. The Assigned Certifier Conference. Dublin. DOI: 10.21427/TRF1-VA79
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The Assigned Certifier Conference 2019. CMG Events, Dublin.