Saturday, June 06, 2015

ACDP calls for investigation into lack of building standards

Jaimie-faith Poonah
06 June 2015

The African Christian Democratic Party is calling for a full investigation into building inspection practises in the country.

This follows the collapsing of a section of the roof connecting Sandton City and the Nelson Mandela Square earlier this week which resulted in a woman being rushed to hospital.

ACDP’s Cheryllyn Dudley said an investigation needs to look into the competence and effectiveness of their municipal inspectors and of the National Home Builders Registration Council.

Dudley said the ACDP is very concerned about yet another structural collapse and this time at Sandton City.

Dudley said the ACDP have expresses its concern for the women who has been injured and we pray for a speedy recovery.

Dudley added that there has been too many structural collapses involved in public buildings.

“A leading building inspector actually warned that fatal building failures in South Africa would proliferate due to a lack of adequate policing of building standards and of building material.” Dudley concluded.



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