BRegs Weekly 19 | Edition 68

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3 June 2016 – BRegs Weekly 19- Edition 68

Welcome to the nineteenth edition of the Weekly BRegs Weekly for 2016: edition 68 of BRegs Weekly is out now.

This week RTE Primetime focused on Mica affected homes in Donegal. It is estimated that this problem affects up to 5,000 homes and significant structural issues may require houses to be entirely rebuilt. Pyrite affected homes have been demolished in Louth and Dublin as recently as 2014. Owners have called on government to set up a Government Redress Scheme similar to the Pyrite Redress Scheme to deal with Mica infested homes.

H.D. McKay Consulting Engineers, with experience of inspecting over 220 mica affected homes published useful advice for consumers on coping with defective homes and advised prospective purchasers to undertake pre-purchase surveys.

The Government is preparing to accelerate a programme of social housing but was determined to avoid the “mistakes of decades ago” that saw “huge swathes of urban areas” given over to purely social housing, Mr Coveney told the Dáil Housing and Homelessness Committee this week.

The BRegs Weekly e-zine gathers all recent social media discussions relating to Building Control Regulations into one weekly digest. It is published every Friday and gives a round-up of news highlights for the week.

We recommend signing up for an automatic subscription to keep up with the discussion surrounding the current annual review of the BC(A)R, and more recent media articles and stories about building control and the impacts on the consumer and construction industry.

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1 thought on “BRegs Weekly 19 | Edition 68

  1. Colmán Ó Siochrú

    Do I get a prize for being the 1/2 millionth user?
    Congratulations and thank you for all the time, energy and thought that goes into the site.
    Colmán Ó Siochrú B.Arch, (no longer an Architect, apparently)


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