Loading Events

« All Events

  • This event has passed.

ACRA NSW | The changing legislative landscape and the remedial industry

21 May @ 8:00 am - 9:30 am AEST

$55.00 – $77.00


This is an outstanding opportunity for ACRA members to hear from ACRA member and lawyer, Helen Kowal SWAAB, about legislative change and how this is impacting our industry.

ACRA is grateful to be working with Helen Kowal, SWAAB lawyers, in her capacity as ACRA Advocacy Committee member, forging change for the remedial building industry.

Helen’s presentation will provide insights into the key legislation impacting the strata-remedial building industry. She will provide a lawyer’s perspective of the DBP 2020 and the Residential Apartment Buildings Act (2020). Her presentation will also talk about legislative reform and the proposed impacts of the Building Bill 2022, Building Compliance and Enforcement Bill 2022, Strata Schemes Management Act 2015.
It is important that we maintain an awareness of the changing legislative landscape in assuring the future success of our remedial businesses and the industry more broadly.

Who should attend?
ACRA recommends this update for Registered Design and Building Practitioners.

ACRA Members will have exclusive access to tickets until 6 May
ACRA Non-Members will be able to purchase tickets from 7 May unless sold out earlier and limited tickets are available.

In person presentation and networking (light breakfast provided)

Register now!
We look forward to seeing you there!

About presenter
Helen Kowal | Helen, Partner SWAAB lawyers, has a legal career spanning over 29 years and over the past 14 years has specialised in building, construction, strata and property.

Helen has a breadth of experience across many jurisdictions and has had much involvement since before the commencement of legislation for both strata renewal under Part 10 of the Strata Schemes Development Act 2015 and the more recent Design and Building Practitioner Act 2020, enjoying extensive involvement in the recent reform and its impact on the construction industry.

Helen is a member of the ACRA NSW Sub-Committee dealing with the impact of the Design and Building Practitioner Act 2020 reform on the remedial industry.

MC: Deb Lockart – RHM Consultants, ACRA NSW Vice President & Advocacy Committee Lead

Parking: Wilson Parking at 155 George Street (approx. 8 min walk)


21 May
8:00 am - 9:30 am AEST
$55.00 – $77.00


L4, 20 Hunter St
Sydney, NSW




The numbers below include tickets for this event already in your cart. Clicking "Get Tickets" will allow you to edit any existing attendee information as well as change ticket quantities.
Tickets are no longer available

Find ACRA Members

Find A Member to Help with: