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The Importance of Compliance and the Role of the Building Control Authority
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Date:Thursday 29 July 2021
Time:12.00pm - 1.00pm
Hosted by the Mairéad Phelan Head of the National Building Control & Market Surveillance Office and Presented by Pat Nestor, Head on the Building Control Section in Dublin City Council the Importance of Compliance and the Role of the Building Control Authority webinar will be delivered via Zoom on 29 July, 12pm.
Registration is required to participate in this free event. To register please visit https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/157942575495. Places are limited to 500 participants, on a first-come-first-served basis.
The session will be recorded for future use.
About the presenter
Pat Nestor, Head of Building Control with Dublin City Council. A Chartered Building Surveyor, he leads a skilled and experienced team of building surveyors, building inspectors and administrative staff who support and encourage building owners, builders, and construction professionals in their efforts to comply with the requirements of Building Regulations and Building Control Regulations. Prior to joining Dublin City Council, Pat worked for several years with Cork City Council Building Control as well as some years in the private sector.
He was a member of the working group that developed ‘Bringing Back Homes - Manual for the Reuse of Existing Buildings’, published by the Department of Housing, Planning & Local Government. He has a keen interest in the reuse of the existing built environment and welcomes innovative solutions that provide optimal outcomes for existing buildings particularly in relation to adaptive reuse for residential purposes.