International Coalition for Sustainable Cities and Territories (ICOSCAT_CIVTED)

The World Organisation of Building Officials, as part of it’s links with UN-Habitat, is a formal member of the ICOSCAT CIVTED Coalition which is aligned with the UN’s goals and supports the UN-Habitat programmes and actions. The objectives of the coalition are: – Acting collectively...

Recommendations on the future regulation of the Building Control Sector and Profession in England

We live and work in an environment of constant change and it is interesting to note the challenges and opportunities taking place within England. Industry publishes Recommendations on the future regulation of the Building Control Sector and Profession in England Leadership organisations from across the building...

BSI COVID – 19 Guidance on Safe Working

The World Organisation of Building Officials acknowledges the work carried out by the British Standards Institution and draws your attention to the work in respect of COVID 19. BSI have produced Guidance on safe working during the COVID-19 pandemic to assist organizations as they adjust the way...

Transport for London – the Construction Sector

The World Organisation of Building Officials recognises the need for a return to mobility to and from sites, many of its members work within the UK and with that in mind the following is the latest update in respect of mobility in and around London....

CABE and RICS guidance on Beyond COVID-19

The World Organisation of Building Officials acknowledges the difficulties placed on society by COVID-19 and commends the actions of professionals and professional bodies to assist their members and fellow professonals by providing guidance and supporting them in their activities within the built environment. CABE and RICS have...

Australian Building Codes Board – Accessibility

The World Organisation of Building Officials supports both the concepts of fairness and equality and as such welcomes the consultation proposals for minimum accessibility standards for housing within their National Codes. Members and fellow professionals have the oppportunity to contribute to these developments. The Consultation...

Australian Building Codes Board – National Registration

The World Organisation of Building Officials recognises the need for consistency in the application of both Building Regulation and Codes, delivered through the actions of appropriately qualified and experienced professionals, and it is with interest we note the work being carried out in Australia to...

Australian Building Codes Board – Survey

The World Organisation of Building Officials and it’s members are significantly skilled in the development and application of Regulations and Codes to both new and existing buildings. WOBO would draw your attention to the following activity within Australia and encourage your participation. Provide your views...

Australian Building Codes Board

NCC 2019 Amendment 1 is now in effect! The World Organisation of Building Officials recognises the developments taking place in Australia. The latest amendments within the National Construction Code NCC 2019 became operational on 1st July 2020. Key changes The key changes for NCC 2019...

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