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Check if heavy use of lifts affects reliability: MPs to BCA
The Building and Construction Authority (BCA) has stepped up audits of lifts islandwide, and is conducting a review of lift regulations.
BCA takes steps to make building facades safer
The HDB also said it "selectively" conducts annual audit inspections of building facades, particularly of older blocks. MPs and engineers welcomed the BCA review, but said more pre-emptive steps should be taken. Ms Tin Pei Ling, one of four MPs who ...
MPs express concerns over possible hike in lift maintenance cost after new ...
Members of Parliament have expressed their concerns on possible rise in lift maintenance expenses in relation to the announcement by Building and Construction Authority (BCA) to step up requirements for lift maintenance in light of numerous of ...
'Local schools for local kids': Protest over Bath Community Academy closure at ...
Clare Crestani organised the protest to support the pupils of BCA. She said: "We're here because kids need a good school.
Sports Direct boss had plenty of warning a crisis was looming
It was a bit rich for Mike Ashley, after he appeared before MPs last month, to appeal for a “period of calm” to allow him time to overhaul working practices at Sports Direct.
Bath head defends inclusion of word 'poisonous' to describe BCA children in ...
A Bath education chief has defended the inclusion of the word "poisonous" to describe "combinations of children" at Bath Community Academy in a document setting out plans for the school's closure.
BCA Marketplace buys Paragon Automotive for �105m
BCA Marketplace has hit the acquisition trail once more, snapping up automotive services group Paragon Automotive for �105m.
Dealer group bosses to lobby MPs over post-Brexit plans
Dealer group bosses are lobbying MPs next week to highlight the importance of the car retailing sector to the economy following the vote to leave the EU.
Priests should be made tell of sex abuse cases, say MPs
Upper house MP Scot MacDonald, and former parliamentary secretary for the Hunter region, which was devastated by dozens of cases of church-related child sex abuse, is among those leading the charge for the judicial review.
You've lost business, Kennett tells Kroger as Libs battle gets bitter
Federal Liberal president Richard Alston leapt to Mr Kroger's defence, saying his criticisms of the BCA didn't cost last year's federal campaign any financial support.