Is NSW building standards the worst in the country?

Ross Greenwood speaks to former NSW Treasury Secretary Michael Lambert, who wrote a review into the building industry in 2005, about why New South Wales is lagging behind the other states after an inquiry has heard the state’s building regulation system is broken, with defects posing a threat to health and welfare.

Interview with: Michael Lamer, Former, Treasury Secretary NSW

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