The NSW Government is now seeking feedback on the draft Design and Building Practitioners Regulation 2020. This forms a key element of the major industry reforms which are now in train and have significant implications for architects and architectural practice.
To ensure the profession understands the implications of the draft regulation and that members can make informed submissions on this, AILA has invited AIA to present this critical information session presented by AIA NSW Chapter President Kathlyn Loseby. Kathlyn will run a presentation and hep answer questions in the second part of the event.
Kathlyn has over 30 years of practice experience across various building typologies for design, documentation and site services. These include hotel, apartment, residential, commercial, education (child care, primary and secondary), aged care, hospital, industrial and heritage buildings.
She has appreciated multiple perspectives from experience working for US, UK and Australian businesses. This includes Foster + Partners, SOM, AJ+C, Turner and now as the COO at Crone.
In her present role as President of the NSW AIA she has been involved first hand with the NSW Building Commissioner, Government legislators, Opposition and Cross-benchers in advocating for improved built environment outcomes. It is with this knowledge she will summarise the Design and Building Practitioners (DBP) Act and communicate the impacts of the DBP DRAFT Regulation. She will highlight the important advocacy work that must continue until the Regulations are completed and the impact of our profession.
WATCH IT NOW: Stay informed and watch our recorded presentation now on : https://vimeo.com/505985880
Date: 29 Jan 10am-11am
CPD: 1 informal