Today the National Home Builders Registration Council (NHBRC) handed over a home built using innovative building technologies (IBTs) to Mr. Harry Khuduge who is one of the oldest residents of Etwatwa.
A Geoplast foundation system and a Mi Panel 2 Building System (MIBT) were used to build the 61 m² house which boasts 3 bedrooms, a kitchen, bathroom and a living/dining room.
The 94 year old Khuduge lives with his daughter and together work their makeshift garden – which is filled with spinach, avocados and other vegetables which sustain them.
“The NHBRC is a key institution in the delivery of quality homes. As such, we as Council would like to contribute to this by ensuring that we leave a lasting legacy to various communities by providing sustainable homes,” says NHBRC chairperson Advocate Brenda Madumise.
Last year, instead of funding a year-end function for its employees, the NHBRC decided instead to contribute to the building of innovative building technology homes.
About the NHBRC:
The National Home Builders Registration Council (NHBRC) is a statutory body with the responsibility to provide protection in terms of the Housing Consumers Protection Measures Act of 1998. It is mandated to provide protection for housing consumers, and to regulate the home-building industry.
Press statement issued by Flow Public Relations on behalf of the National Home Builders Registration Council (NHBRC)
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