Strata boss says apartment aluminum cladding must be regulated

Strata boss says apartment aluminum cladding must be regulated
Strata boss says apartment aluminum cladding must be regulated

The Strata Community Association (Vic) general manager Rob Beck says Melbourne’s Spencer Street fire highlights the urgency for State Government to regulate combustible cladding material.

SCA Victoria is the peak body overseeing Victoria’s $300 billion strata sector.

It supporting more than 80% of all owners corporation management firms and represent more than 650 owners corporation professionals who manage approximately 375,000 lots. 

Beck says the "anywhere, anytime" nature of Melbourne’s defective building problem, highlights the need for stricter construction industry regulation.

“The quick action of fire fighters today brought a potentially deadly situation under control.

"The need for combustible cladding and other defective building materials to be regulated can no longer be denied,” Mr Beck said.

 

 

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