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3 CAPACITATING SMME’s IN THE WATERBERG DISTRICT TO DELIVER ON GOVERNMENT TENDERS

4 NHBRC  BUSINESS COMPLIANCE  TRAINING FOR DEVELOPMENT  BENEFITS OF REGISTRATION

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6 is a statutory body with the responsibility to  Provide protection in terms of the Housing Consumers Protection Measures Act, 1998 (Act 95 of 1998). It is mandated to  provide protection for all new housing consumers against defined defects and to regulate the home building industry.

7 The NHBRC Protection to the Housing Consumer Lies at the Heart of the Circle

8 In terms of Section 10 of the Housing Consumers Protection Measures Act 1998 (Act 95 of 1998) Any person in the business of home building is required by law to register with the NHBRC. If you are in the business of home building and you fail to register, you will be found guilty of an offence in terms of Section 21 of the Act. On conviction, you will be liable for a fine of up to R or a one-year prison term on each charge.

9  APPLICABLE REGISTRATION FEES  Application fee :R  Home building manuals:R  Annual renewal fee:R  TOTAL REG. FEE:R  ASSESSMENT STANDARDS  TECHNICAL  MANAGEMENT  FINANCIAL

10  Register with the NHBRC and renew the registration annually.  Enter into a written agreement with the housing consumer.  Ensure that the home is:  constructed in a professional way;  fit for habitation; and  constructed in accordance with the NHBRC’s technical requirements and terms, plans and specifications of the written agreement.  Enrol the home with the NHBRC 15 days before construction commences.  Rectify non-compliance with terms, plans and specifications or any deficiency related to design, workmanship or materials as notified by the housing consumer within a period of three months of the occupation date.  Rectify major structural defects as notified by the housing consumer within a period of 5 years of the date of occupation and caused by non-compliance with the NHBRC’s technical requirements.

11  On registration, each homebuilder is issued a set of technical standards called Homebuilders Manuals  Part 1&2: General and Design Requirements  Part 3: Construction Requirements

12  In terms of Section 14 of the Act, all home builders are to enroll every home to be built with the NHBRC.  Irrespective of selling price, all new homes must be enrolled 15 days before construction commences.

13  Normal Enrolments ◦ EF003/ST003 ◦ Enrolment fees ◦ PA003 ◦ B1 (any schedules required by NHBRC)  Late Enrolments ◦ The above ◦ D1 ◦ Late Enrolment charges ◦ Financial Guarantee

14  Application before construction  Technical questionnaire of owner  Site inspection  Assessment by Council  Can not sell within 5 years  No inspections

15  During construction  Minimum 4 inspections 1. Administrative non- compliances 2. Technical non- compliances

16  Assists the housing consumer by ensuring that home builders meet their obligations under the Act and;  Assess applications made by housing consumers seeking assistance from the NHBRC for the rectification of major structural defects and;  Detect contraventions of the Act requiring disciplinary action or prosecution.

17 Nature of Complaint Period for response to the NHBRC, or action 3 month non-compliance 21 working days 1 year roof leak 7 working days 5 year major structural defect period 7 working days Deposit theft or irregularity Refer complaint to Commercial Crime Unit Contractual disputes Refer to your legal party TYPES OF COMPLAINTS

18 A housing consumer may refer a complaint to the NHBRC if…..

19  The home builder does not respond within the specified periods.  The home builder fails to honor their obligations.  There is an unresolved dispute between the home builder and the housing consumer regarding the extend of the home builder’s liability.

20 HOW do you lodge a complaint? Complete the complaint form Include :  Proof of the occupation date of the home;  Proof of notification to the home builder within the necessary time period;  A complete list of the items of dispute notified to the home builder. Phone the NHBRC’s toll-free number

21  Accept the complaint;  Advise that the complaint falls outside the scope of the Act, and notify the housing consumer of its decision and its reasons;  Request the parties to resolve the matter through legal proceedings as the matter falls outside of the scope of the Act.

22  Confirm whether you deny or accept liability for the complaint.  Confirm when any rectification work or any other appropriate action will start and end.  Arrange necessary access to effect rectification. Should the home builder fail to respond within the specified period, the NHBRC will suspend the home builder’s registration with immediate effect. After receiving confirmation of the details of the complaint, the NHBRC will offer client conciliation.

23  REGISTRATION WITH NHBRC ( 5 ADDITIONAL PEOPLE)  BRICKLAYING  PLASTERING  ROOF CONSTRUCTION  PAINTING  FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT  CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

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26 Polokwane:Tzaneen:Bela Bela: 81 Hans van Rensburg 61E Bert Booysen Str18 Sutter Avenue StrOff Boundry Street PolokwaneTzaneenBela Bela Tel: (015) Tel: (015) Tel: (014) Fax: (015) Fax: (015) Fax: (014)

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