NSW Building Commissioner appointed to reform industry
The New South Wales Government has appointed a building and construction expert to the role of Building Commissioner to implement the biggest overhaul to building law’s in the state’s history. David Chandler was selected to be the NSW Building Commissioner and has more than 40 years of industry experience. Premier Gladys Berejiklian said Chandler’s appointment would be invaluable as the State Government moves to restore confidence in the construction industry. “We know there are national challenges affecting the industry, but this new appointment will play a key role in protecting NSW homeowners and driving critical reforms,” she said. The Building Commissioner will be responsible for the investigation and disciplinary action for misconduct in the building industry, while also overseeing licensing and auditing processes.