state government to start process of auditing old government and private buildings which had completed more than thirty years of its existence

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18/07/2015 …. In order to take care of any natural calamities the state government would start the process of auditing old government and private buildings which had completed more than thirty years of its existence said deputy chief minister francis dsouza on Friday …

mr dsouza was speaking on the sidelines of the refurbished premises of the office of chief town planner in the capital city where in chief minister Laxmikant Parsekar, gsidc chairman dr pramod sawant, gsidc vice chairman siddarth kunkolienkar, chiedf town planner puttaraju and other government officials were present …

the new premises of the chief town planner would in house facilities such as file management sytem, registration of professional architects/engineers, implementation of auto-dcr, workshop on goa land development & building constructions regulations, 2010 , time bound services, notary architects/engineer and online availability of notifications orders and circulars …

Addressing media persons deputy chief minister francis dsouza said that there was need for a system to be put in place for auditing of buildings so that preventive measure could be taken before any natural calamities could take place and therefore was ask government as well as private buildings which had completed thirty years to get a stability certificate every five years

mr dsouza said that the first step would be to identify such government buildings in the state along and then would follow with private as well as even old houses which are left vacant in a dilapidated condition

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