Craig Silva has been appointed to the National Council for the Built Environment

 

GeoAfrika Surveys very own CEO, Craig Silva, has been appointed to the National Council for the Built Environment (CBE) under South Africa’s Ministry of Public Works and Infrastructure. As a Schedule 3A body, CBE is responsible for setting professional standards and ensuring good conduct within built environment professions on behalf of national interests and citizens alike. Formed by an Act in 2000, this organization works towards mobilizing transformation in all related proficiencies while providing advice to government departments when needed.

CBE also provides resources to assist land surveyors, CEOs, construction professionals, and other stakeholders in making informed decisions about their projects.

 

What Does CBE Do?

 

The primary mission of CBE is to promote excellence in the built environment. They do this by offering support and guidance to land surveyors, CEOs, construction professionals, and other stakeholders on a variety of issues. This includes providing guidance on best practices when it comes to sustainability, safety regulations, public engagement initiatives, legal guidelines for development projects, and more. Additionally, CBE offers resources such as webinars and online courses to help people stay updated on industry trends and current best practices.

 

Why Does CBE Matter?

 

CBE offers a valuable service for those involved in building or renovating structures within communities. By providing education and support on sustainable development policies as well as safety regulations within the construction industry, CBE helps ensure that all stakeholders are following best practices when it comes to building structures that meet not only local but also national standards of quality. Furthermore, CBE’s public engagement initiatives aim to increase transparency in the development process by involving community members in decision-making processes around local projects – something that can be invaluable when it comes to developing trust between developers and residents alike.

 

The Council for the Built Environment is an invaluable resource for anyone involved in land surveying or construction work. Their commitment to promoting excellence in the built environment through education and public engagement initiatives highlights their dedication to ensuring safe and sustainable development projects across communities nationwide.

 

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