HDB hacking works will need trained workers from next year
Published on Jun 20, 2013 6:38 PM
Come next year, contractors working on Housing Board flats would not only need to be accredited, but also possess trained workers.
The tightening of this regulation was revealed in a HDB statement on Thursday.
Currently, HDB flat owners who want to renovate their property are required to find a registered contractor, as well as seek the agency's approval before works begin.
In some cases, the untrained workers jeopardise key structural walls during the hacking works.
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