On 27 April 2018, the Building Minister’s Forum (BMF) released the final report by Professor Peter Shergold AC and Ms Bronwyn Weir entitled ‘Building Confidence – Improving the effectiveness of compliance and enforcement systems for … Continued
For many federal, state and local government agencies that perform a regulatory role, risk is often an important feature of the regulatory frameworks that they oversee. Risk management may be the dominant focus of the … Continued
Partner and Sector Leader – State Government NSW Patrick Ibbotson and partner Michael Winram recently contributed the Australian chapter to the latest edition of The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Environment & Climate Change Law … Continued
The findings of an inquest into an apartment fire that resulted in the death of a 21 year old woman and serious injuries to another include strong criticism about the regulation of fire safety standards. … Continued
In our September 2015 Sustainability and Climate Change Quarterly update, we commented on the possible alignment of State Energy Efficiency Schemes (ESS). Our September 2015 update can be viewed here. As foreshadowed, on 13 October … Continued
In our June 2015 Sustainability & Climate Change Quarterly Update, we considered the State-based energy efficiency schemes operating in Victoria. You can access that article here. In this article, we outline details of the review … Continued
In the face of climate change and the associated demands on our precious water sources, the pressure on society to engage in water conservation is ever mounting. Businesses and individuals can take unilateral action to … Continued
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